Eddie Trunk presents…

FOZZY

featuring WWE Wrestling Superstar CHRIS JERICHO + Stuck Mojo mastermind RICH ‘THE DUKE’ WARD

WHERE?

B.B. King Blues Club & Grill

237 West 42nd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)

New York, NY 10036

WHEN?

Wednesday, April 28th

Doors 7pm, Show 7:30pm

ALL AGES SHOW

INFO:

FOZZY is the band featuring WWE Wrestling Superstar CHRIS JERICHO and Stuck Mojo mastermind RICH ‘THE DUKE’ WARD! CHRIS JERICHO is also an Actor, TV Host, Best Selling Author, # 1 Twitter Trend, you name it he has done it. FOZZY’s new record “Chasing The Grail” has been called one of the best hard rock/metal records of the past decade. Do not miss FOZZY’s first New York City show in 5 years, with special guest Zo2 and Razer.


EVENT DETAILS: http://www.bbkingblues.com/schedule/moreinfo.cgi?id=4959

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