PUSHED To Appear On ROCK 105.3

March 3, 2003

Southern California's PUSHED, the band featuring former TESTAMENT/SLAYER drummer Jon Dette and ex-TESTAMENT bassist Greg Christian, will be appearing on Rock 105.3's "The Jack and Norm Show" on Sunday, March 9 at 10:30 p.m. They will be "hanging out, having a beer and playing some songs" off their recently-released EP, "Iodine". PUSHED will also be appearing in the upcoming Motocross video, "Tomcat II The Experience", featuring world-class motorcross extremist Tommy Clowers. Tommy, who continues to dominate the rising world of freestyle Motorcross, is currently world champion, world record holder and two-time X-Game gold medalist. For more info on Tommy "Tomcat" Clowers, go to www.tommyclowers.com.

Upcoming PUSHED tour dates:

Mar. 07 – San Diego, CA @ The Soma
Mar. 11 – Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky a Go Go

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