Y&T Frontman Says 'In Rock We Trust' Lineup Hasn't Been 'Finalized' Yet
According to Y&T frontman Dave Meniketti, the lineup for the band's proposed "In Rock We Trust" U.S. tour has not been "finalized" yet and probably won't be officially announced for the next few weeks. The trek, which was announced earlier today by the FATAL SMILE camp as featuring Y&T, ENUFF Z'NUFF, BULLETBOYS and FATAL SMILE, will also likely start later than the previously announced October 5 date since Y&T has touring commitments in Europe through early October.
Locomotive Records released the two-DVD/CD set "Live: One Hot Night" by Y&T in North America in August 2007. This Netherlands show, recorded in October of 2006, comes complete with a bonus DVD containing backstage aftershow "meet-and-greet" segments. You also get to go to the pre-show soundcheck as well as view the outtakes from the concert itself. Rounding out this must-have package for any Y&T fan is a photo gallery, a special clip from 2006's Bang Your Head!!! festival and an accompanying CD of the Netherlands show.
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