Fozzy, the band featuring wrestling superstar Chris Jericho and Stuck Mojo mastermind Rich “The Duke” Ward, will embark on a 25th-anniversary tour this fall. The trek will start October 3rd at Madlife Studios in Woodstock, Georgia and runs through October 21st in Cleveland, Ohio. Support on the tour will come from The Nocturnal Affair and Clozure.

Fozzy is a band that delivers a truly rock ‘n’ roll experience — a sonic assault of headbanging riffs, energy, and most importantly, amazing songs. The backbone of Fozzy‘s sound comes from the killer combination of Grant Brooks on drums, bassist P.J. Farley and Billy Grey leading the charge on guitar shredding solos. With every audience in every country, every show is a guaranteed electric performance, fueled by the crowd chants of “FozzyFozzyFozzy!”

Jericho says, “It’s hard to believe that a band that was once accused of being a ‘wrestler’s vanity project,’ has now amassed six Top 10 Mainstream Rock Radio hits, released eight albums, toured the world in over 20 countries, and earned a GOLD RECORD…..but we have and we’ve been doing it for 25 YEARS. Not many bands can say that, and out of the ones that can, not many of those can say they are currently at their creative, artistic, and commercial peaks. Yet, Fozzy can and we are damn proud of it. That’s why we are so excited to bring our 25th-anniversary celebration to your city over the next 18 months, starting in October. We have built a reputation of being a band you don’t wanna miss, and we take great pride in that because it’s the truth.”

He finishes, “So, as always, crank up the music, buy your tickets early, and wear a helmet. Because this is our 25th-year rock ‘n’ roll party…and we aren’t f’ing around. See you soon.”

Fozzy on tour with  The Nocturnal Affair and Clozure:

Oct. 3 – Woodstock, GA – Madlife
Oct. 4 – Jacksonville, FL – Underbellys
Oct. 5 – Tampa, FL – Orpheum Theater
Oct. 6 – Destin, FL – Club LA
Oct. 7 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn
Oct. 10 – Greenville, SC – Radio Room
Oct. 11 – Charlotte, NC – Underground
Oct. 12 – Leesburg, VA – Tally Ho Theater
Oct. 13 – Lititz, PA – Mickey’s Black Box
Oct. 14 – Albany, NY – Empire Live
Oct. 17 – New York, NY – Gramercy Theater
Oct. 18 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
Oct. 19 – Columbus, OH – The King of Clubs
Oct. 20 – Flint, MI – Machine Shop
Oct. 21 – Cleveland, OH – The Winchester

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  1. I have nothing against these guys but for me I just couldn’t buy in. I tried listening to a few of their records multiple times and it just didn’t do anything for me. Not sure if it’s Jericho’s voice or if I can’t take him seriously because he’s a wrestler but it’s just not for me. Sorry Chris.

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