Hollywood Undead will perform live at the P.C. Richard & Son Theater in New York on Wednesday, July 27 as part of iHeartRadio Live, a Clear Channel entertainment production that features private performances and interviews with today’s top recording artists. The band will play songs from their popular new album American Tragedy along with other hits. The intimate performance will be streamed on the band’s Facebook page as well as iHeartRadio digital channel, Radio Undead, which is programmed by Hollywood Undead members and was re-launched on May 9.
“Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio has been a great partner in helping us to break Hollywood Undead,” said Ben Berkman, A&M/Octone Records. “Their terrestrial rock stations were among the first in the country to play the band’s music and we’re excited to continue expanding the brand of Hollywood Undead across their digital platform on iHeartRadio.”
Hollywood Undead’s American Tragedy (A&M / Octone) entered the Billboard Top 200 Albums at No. 4. It continues to see steady sales, while the band’s debut album Swan Songs approaches one million copies sold.
“You heard it before and here it is again, RADIO UNDEAD PART TWO,” said Hollywood Undead’s Funny Man. “Get into it!”
Hollywood Undead is currently on the road in for the band’s headlining “Endless Summer” tour. The itinerary for rest of the tour includes appearances in:
7/26 S. Burlington, VT Higher Ground Ballroom
7/27 New York, NY P.C. Richards & Sons Theater
7/29 Norfolk, VA The Norva
7/30 Syracuse, NY KROCKATHON – New York State Fairgrounds
7/31 Henrietta, NY WZNE’s Scion’s Bonzai 2011 – Monroe County Fairgrounds
8/02 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
8/04 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel
8/05 Nashville, TN Nashville War Memorial Auditorium
8/06 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
8/07 Knoxville, TN The Valarium
Fans can listen to Radio Undead on the band’s website, www.hollywoodundead.com, as well as on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, Clear Channel’s industry-leading digital radio service that delivers more than 750 of America’s favorite radio stations from 150 cities as well as commercial-free digital only stations; specialized artist stations; non-music radio programming and national programming, including 24/7 Comedy Radio, White House Brief, The Elvis Duran Channel, Fox Sports Radio, AT40 with Ryan Seacrest; and more.
Pick up a copy of American Tragedy on iTunes now!