NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Iconic punk-rocker Michale Graves, who once fronted one of the world’s most legendary punk bands of all time, The Misfits, will soon be off for a European tour in 2019.
But, before doing so, he will stop in Troy to play The Hangar on the Hudson, on Saturday, Dec. 15.
Continuing his Course of Empire tour, which produced multiple sold-out shows throughout North America this year, Graves and his band will embark on a run of 55 shows in only 58 days, marching their way through 16 European countries. Kicking off on January 4 in Gdansk, Poland, Graves will bring his powerful and intense live experience to his European fans with tour support from The Crimson Ghosts (from Jan.4 to 16), Noise Pollution (from Jan. 17 to Feb. 1), Witches of Doom (from Feb.18 to 27) and Acid Muffin (from Feb. 28-Mar. 3).
“I am really looking forward to another opportunity to blow people’s minds across Europe again,” says Graves. “Plus, I can’t wait to make my return to Australia, for the first time since 2009, when I was on tour with Marky Ramone’s Blitz Krieg! I’m eager to share the passion and intensity of my performances with all my fans around the world, and to connect with them on a personal level!”
Graves will continue his international trek by making a return to the land down-under, headlining a pair of Australian shows in both Melbourne (Dec. 8) and Sydney (Dec. 9).
On Dec. 15, Graves will play a Christmas acoustic show with Bad Mothers and Ike’s Wasted World at The Hangar On The Hudson. Graves will donate the proceeds from the show to the Dancing Horse Farm in Windham, to support the formation of a new veterans program which will fund horseback riding getaways for veterans suffering from combat-related PTSD.
For more information about Michale Graves, please visit: www.officialmichalegraves.com.