BLISSED: Tour Dates Announced

April 21, 2004

BLISSED, the Christian rock band featuring STRYPER drummer Robert Sweet and David Pearson and Trevor Barr from the group STATIC, have announced more tour dates in support of their recently released CD, "Waking Up the Dead". Confirmed shows are as follows:

Apr. 22 – Atlanta, GA - Star Bar
Apr. 23 – Orlando, FL - Last Wave Club
Apr. 24 – Jacksonville, FL - The Murray Hill Theater
Apr. 26 – Nashville, TN - Blue Sky Court- (GMA event)
May 11 - New York City, NY - Don Hills
May 14 – Girard, OH - The Dome
May 15 – Lakewood, OH - The Hi-Fi Club
May 20 – Wilmington, OH - Joesjava
May 28 - Fort Worth, TX - The Asylum

For more information on BLISSED, visit the group's official web site at this location.

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