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Theory of a Deadman admits that by the year’s end, they will have catered to both ends of the spectrum of their audience: with a summer spent on Crue Fest and a fall tour planned with Daughtry. But none of the British Columbia rockers believe that either group will feel alienated.

“We were really thinking about doing a headlining tour,” TOADM front man Tyler Connolly revealed. “I think we were kinda thought to ourselves, ‘Well, where are we in this record cycle and our career? Maybe we should be out there in front of a lot of people, maybe people that don’t know Theory of a Deadman yet.’”

Connolly and his band are no strangers to Daughtry – as Chris himself lent vocals to TOADM’s “By The Way”, off of Theory’s third LP, Scars & Souvenirs.

“That’ll be cool to play that song live too,” said the lead singer. “From a business point of view, it’s going to be such a great tour for us.”


Part 1: Canadian Beer (Drake Comments), Touring w/ Tommy Lee

Part 2: Vocal Warmups, Touring w/ Daughtry


Theory’s perspective is simultaneously honest and refreshing. While many bands struggle to find an identity in between their rock and mainstream audiences, TOADM seems to have successfully done so. Yet the band doesn’t take itself too seriously – Connolly along with bassist Dean Beck and guitarist Dave Brenner joked about partying naked with Motley Crue, banging groupies, and their choice of Canadian beer.

The ribbing didn’t lie exclusively within the room, as a lot of light-hearted comments were directed toward fellow Canadian Aubrey “Drake” Graham. When asked on The Ralphie Radio Show if he was a Labatt or Molson guy, Drake responded with Dom Perignon Rosé.

“What?! What is he talking about?” asked Connolly, as all three guys laughed while chatting about their favorite microbreweries in British Columbia.

huge show tonight, first at 7:30…

one of the last pairs of tickets for this show on sunday… it’s gonna be nuts! then after the gallery of sound top 8 at 8…

speaking of crazy shows, another pair of win ’em before you can buy ’em for crue fest! next up, 9:30…


tmz’s michael hundgen with the latest on britney’s new workout regimen… and at 10:30…

is akon the konvict he says? proof that he might be a little cleaner than we are led to believe. plus i’ll play that hot colby o’donis track he’s on.
plus we got your back for the club x guest list tonight inside the woodlands!
the ralphie radio show – 7p-12a est – online at 97bht.com.

huge show tonight, first at 7:30…

one of the last pairs of tickets for this show on sunday… it’s gonna be nuts! then after the gallery of sound top 8 at 8…

speaking of crazy shows, another pair of win ’em before you can buy ’em for crue fest! next up, 9:30…


tmz’s michael hundgen with the latest on britney’s new workout regimen… and at 10:30…

is akon the konvict he says? proof that he might be a little cleaner than we are led to believe. plus i’ll play that hot colby o’donis track he’s on.
plus we got your back for the club x guest list tonight inside the woodlands!
the ralphie radio show – 7p-12a est – online at 97bht.com.

my job is pretty sweet in that i get multiple perspectives on events and situations that the average person would be fortunate to see from one. backstage passes, meet and greets, afterparties. i mean, its no entourage, but its still pretty cool.

its through these experiences that a story like this really doesn’t faze me – but i’m sure you’ll find it extremely intriguing. i share those thoughts – but simply put, this just isn’t something i haven’t seen/heard about before.

nikki sixx plays bass for motley crue. can you imagine touring with tommy lee?

well, now if you’re interested in dishing out the money, you can read about it in the bassist’s new tell-all book.

click here for a little taste. caution – mention of mothers, daughters, grandmas, and erectile-disfunction pills is included.

my job is pretty sweet in that i get multiple perspectives on events and situations that the average person would be fortunate to see from one. backstage passes, meet and greets, afterparties. i mean, its no entourage, but its still pretty cool.

its through these experiences that a story like this really doesn’t faze me – but i’m sure you’ll find it extremely intriguing. i share those thoughts – but simply put, this just isn’t something i haven’t seen/heard about before.

nikki sixx plays bass for motley crue. can you imagine touring with tommy lee?

well, now if you’re interested in dishing out the money, you can read about it in the bassist’s new tell-all book.

click here for a little taste. caution – mention of mothers, daughters, grandmas, and erectile-disfunction pills is included.