TESLA Guitarist Enters Rehab For Addiction

July 15, 2004

TESLA guitarist Tommy Skeoch has entered an undisclosed facility to seek treatment for addiction, "an illness that cannot be defeated without help," according to a statement from the rest of the group. "We hope you will all join us in wishing him a very healthy recovery so that he is able to return to the band." Filling in on guitar in Tommy's absence for the upcoming shows will be Scott Johnson.

Upcoming TESLA shows:

Jul. 16 - Comstock Rock Fest - Comstock NE
Jul. 17 - Rock Fest - Cadott WI 6:30 PM
Jul. 30 - Surf Ballroom - Clear Lake IA
Jul. 31 - Dubuque County Fair - Dubuque IA
Sep. 04 - On The Waterfront - Rockford IL
Sep. 05 - Hannahville's Woodland Valley Amphitheater - Harris MI

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