After a three-year hiatus, seminal punk rock band Ann Beretta has announced plans for a few reunion shows this year. Formed in 1996 after the break-up of guitarist/vocalist Rob Huddleston and drummer Russ Jones' prior endeavor, Inquisition, the band released their debut album, Bitter Tongues. Several full-lengths were released after, followed by an unannounced break, allowing Rob Huddleston to focus on his solo project, Foundation, and the recent Inquisition reunion shows.
The band will play a hometown show in Richmond, VA on April 26 with fellow Richmonders Landmines and RPG at the Canal Club. Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday in Richmond at Plan 9 Music and the Canal Club website in advance for $5. The price will increase to $8 at the doors the day of the show. Additional dates and festival appearances scheduled for this year will be announced soon.
Ann Beretta has also launched a MySpace page, which will be updated with more information and media soon.
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