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GODDO'S 35TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION TOUR, COMING TO SOUND EMPIRE DOWNTOWN BARRIE

Media Release

Tuesday September 10, 2013

For Immediate Release


Goddo's 35th Anniversary Reunion Tour, coming to Sound Empire downtown Barrie

Original members, singer Greg Godovitz, guitarist Gino Scarpelli and drummer Doug Inglis of Goddo will be performing live at Sound Empire downtown Barrie, Friday October 4th as part of the bands 35th Anniversary Reunion Tour.  Tickets to the show are on sale now at Liquid Chrome, Tropical North Surf Shop & www.AdmiralLive.ca

That same weekend, on Sunday October 6th, EOne Music Canada presents “The Pretty Bad Boys Return” Goddo’s 35th Reunion Concert Film, screening at the Uptown Theatre, 55 Dunlop St West, Barrie.

Both the Friday concert and Sunday reunion film screening will have camera crews on site, capturing additional footage for the bands upcoming documentary film, scheduled for release in 2014.

Goddo formed in 1975 and released the single Louie Louie on A&M Records Canada.  In 1977, the band was signed to Polydor Records and its self-titled debut album was released later that year.  The group followed up their debut release with ‘If Indeed It’s Lonely At The Top... Who Cares... It’s Lonely At The Bottom Too’ in 1978, ‘An Act of Goddo’ in 1979 and their chart-topping ‘Pretty Bad Boys’ in 1981.

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Concert Into
Date: Friday October 4, 2013
Doors open: 9:00PM
Tickets: $22.50 Early Bird | $25.00 GA Advance
Event: 19+

Venue: Sound Empire
46 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON

 

Concert Film Info
Date: Sunday October 6, 2013
Reception: 4:00PM
Film Starts at 5:30PM
Tickets: $9.50 GA Seating
Event: All Ages

Venue: Uptown Theatre
55 Dunlop West, Barrie, ON


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