The Dictators Announce 3 Upcoming Shows in Canada
The Dictators have announced upcoming shows in Canada to support their latest music and newly reformed line-up.
Screw the kids and get the calendar clear... The Dictators are proud to announce their first shows since reforming. Joining original members Andy Shernoff and Ross the Boss are new singer Keith Roth (Sirius XM DJ/Frankenstein 3000) and drummer Albert Bouchard (Blue Oyster Cult).
Andy explains, "The band has been rejuvenated and reenergized, we’ve worked up a bunch of cool new tunes and have a few surprises in store. As Lou Reed said, 'We’re gonna have a real good time together!'"
Andy also adds, "Canada has always held a special place in our hearts and we can’t wait to return to the birthplace of one of our heroes; the legend Bobby Bittman."
A Mari Usque Ad Mare
Nov 10, 2022 Horseshoe Tavern 370 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2A2
Nov 11, 2022
The Rec Room
1680 Richmond Street, London, ON N6G 3YN
Nov 12, 2022
306 King Street West, Hamilton, ON L8P 1b1
A brief history of The Dictators
New York City-based punk rock band The Dictators was formed in 1974. The Dictators have been credited as one of the pioneers of the punk rock genre and have influenced many other punk and rock bands since.
The Dictators released their debut album, Go Girl Crazy!, in 1975. The album was met with critical acclaim and helped to solidify the band's place in the punk rock scene. The Dictators followed up Go Girl Crazy! with a number of other releases, including Bloodbrothers which was well-received by fans and critics alike.
For more info and music from The Dictators go to www.thedictators.com