Lo-Pro Tour Dates [02/12/04]

As featured previously featured here, this act featuring members of Godsmack, Ultraspank, Amen and Snot is going to be on tour with Three Days Grace. Check out the press release and tour dates below.

Also, check out their official website at www.lopromusic.com.



Santa Monica, California, February 10, 2004 – In 2002, Aaron Lewis, lead singer of STAIND, signed the first band, Lo-Pro, to his new 413 Records imprint in conjunction with Geffen Records President Jordan Schur. Lo-Pro released their self-titled debut set on 413/Geffen Records in August of 2003 and spent the remainder of the year touring the U.S. with STAIND. Now the guys in Lo-Pro have a single climbing up the radio charts and a slot on the upcoming Three Days Grace tour of the U.S.

Lo-Pro will join Three Days Grace on tour beginning March 10th in Boston, Massachusetts at Axis and the tour will run through the end of April (see below for complete itinerary). Lo-Pro’s first single, “Sunday,” is off to an amazing start at the Rock Radio formats. Just three weeks after its add date, “Sunday” has already reached #30 on the Active Rock chart, #29 on the Mainstream Rock chart and #32 at the Modern Rock chart and climbing.

The Southern California-based band was founded by former Ultraspank members Peter Murray (vocals) and Neil Godfrey (guitar). The two are joined by drummer Tommy Stewart (Godsmack), bassist Jon Fahnestock (Snot, Amen) and guitarist Pete Ricci. Lo-Pro’s debut was recorded in Los Angeles at NRG studio with producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park) at the board. Lo-Pro was mixed by Chris Lord-Alge

Below is a complete list of Lo-Pro’s tour dates with Three Days Grace:

March 10

Boston, MA


March 11

New York, NY

Bowery Ballroom

March 12

Philadelphia, PA

Theatre of Living Arts

March 13

Norfolk, VA

Norva Theater

March 18

Detroit, MI

St. Andrews Hall

March 19

Cleveland, OH


March 20

Cincinnati, OH


March 22

Grand Rapids, MI

The Intersection

March 25

Madison, WI

Barrymore Theater

March 26

St. Louis, MO

The Pageant

March 27

Kansas City, MO

The Beaumont

March 28

Omaha, NE

The Ranch Bowl

March 31

Spokane, WA

Big Easy Concert House

April 1

Portland, OR

Roseland Theater

April 2

Seattle, WA


April 6

West Hollywood, CA


April 8

Tucson, AZ

City Limits

April 9

Tempe, AZ

Marquee Theater

April 10

Las Vegas, NV

House of Blues

April 12

Denver, CO

Gothic Theater

April 13

Lubbock, TX


April 14

Oklahoma City, OK

Fritzi’s Music Hall

April 17

Houston, TX

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

April 18

San Antonio, TX

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

April 20

Baton Rouge, LA

Varsity Theater

April 22

Jacksonville, FLA

Free Bird Café

April 23

Miami, FLA

Bayfront Park

April 24

Tampa, FLA

Zephyr Hills Fest. Park

April 25

Orlando, FLA

Lee Vista Park

- - Kinderfeld

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