Sick Puppies reply to fans questions via Ask:Reply

SICK PUPPIES ANSWER FANS QUESTIONS VIA ASK:REPLY ON VEVO

POLAR OPPOSITE AVAILABLE NOW



Australian rockers Sick Puppies have recently posted an Ask:Reply clip on their Vevo Channel. Fans were asked to submit questions for the band via Twitter and Facebook, the band then chose the best questions and answered them via video. The band replied to questions regarding their formation, band name, and favorite recording artists.

Sick Puppies also recently released Polar Opposite which features 8 re-imagined tracks from their smash sophomore release Tri-Polar as as their first hit “All the Same” from their debut album. The album is available exclusively at WalMart and all digital retailers. Fans can check out a preview from the album which features acoustic renditions of several fan favorites.

The band are currently embarking on a US tour that will keep them on the road until the end of May. Full dates are below.

Co-founded by Shim Moore and Emma Anzai while in high school, Sick Puppies introduced themselves to the world with their “Free Hugs” video for the song “All the Same” from their debut, Dressed Up As Life.  Boasting more than 63 million views on YouTube, the video was shot in a Sydney shopping mall featuring their friend Juan Mann, who held up a hand-written placard offering “Free Hugs.”   In the past four years, Sick Puppies have shared stages with the likes of Nickelback, Shindeown, Breaking Benjamin, Evanescence, Deftones, Velvet Revolver, Chris Cornell, Flyleaf and many more.

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Tour dates are as follows:

3/7 Rushmore Plaza – Rapid City, SD

3/9 Lewis and Clark Expo Hall – Helena, MT

3/10 Spokane Center – Spokane, WA

3/12 The Pavilion @ The Epicenter – Charlotte, NC

3/15 Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY

3/16 Northern Lights – Clifton Park, NY

3/17 The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY

3/18 Mohegan Sun Casino – Uncasville, CT

3/19 McVean Gymnasium – Watertown, NY

3/20 Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ

3/23 Rams Head Live! – Baltimore, MD

3/24 Gramercy Theater – New York, NY

3/25 Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA

3/26 Crocodile Rock – Allentown, PA

3/27 Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY

4/13 Alfred State College – Alfred, NY

4/14 Diesel – Pittsburgh, PA

4/15 The Norva – Norfolk, VA

4/16 Richmond Raceway Complex – Richmond, VA

4/19 Val Air Ballroom – Des Moines, IA

4/20 Midland Theater – Kansas City, MO

4/21 Ogden Theater – Denver, CO

4/23 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

4/25 Holt Arena – Pocatello, ID

4/26 Knitting Factory – Boise, ID

4/27 Hawthorne Theater – Portland, OR

4/28 El Corazon – Seattle, WA

4/30 Beale Street Music Festival – Memphis, TN

5/1 Sunfest – West Palm Beach, FL

5/14 Rockford Speedway – Rockford, IL

5/15 Verizon Wireless Amphiteater – Maryland Heights

5/17 Cubby Bear – Chicago, IL

5/20 Val Du Lakes – Mears, MI

5/21 Columbus Crew Stadium – Columbus, OH

5/22 Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ

5/27 Rocklahoma – Pryor, OK

5/28 Vinoy Park – St. Petersburg, FL

5/29 Jackson Landing – Jackson, FL

7/15 Red River Valley Fair – West Fargo, ND

 

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