LAST CRACK To Headline JJO BAND CAMP's Second Stage

LAST CRACK have been confirmed to headline the second stage at the JJO Band Camp on July 24 in Madison, WI. The first annual JJO Band Camp, presented by Budweiser True Music and 94.1 WJJO, will take place at Willow Park, just behind the Alliant Energy Center. The show starts at noon, and LAST CRACK will take the stage before the last band of the night. Featured on the bill are DAMAGEPLAN, SALIVA, DROWNING POOL, DOPE, FLAW, SKILLET, DROPBOX, ATOMSHIP, DRIVER 13 (featuring former LAST CRACK vocalist Shawn Anthony Brown) and more. Tickets are $26 for the all-day event and tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster outlets or online at this location. For more information, go to www.wjjo.com or see the article in Maximum Ink music magazine at this location.

LAST CRACK's current lineup consists of the original line-up minus drummer Phil Buerstatte. New drummer Chris Havey was previously in the second incarnation of the band, circa the "Runheadstartscreaming" CD (1993-94).

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