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Bad Religion star poses with Fender Telecaster Deluxe
Bad Religion guitarist Greg Hetson toured the Fender Showcase facility last weekend, posing for photos with some of his favourite gear.
The star visited the site in Burbank, California, as part of preparation for the punk band's upcoming spring tour, which will see them take to the road with Rise Against.
Hetson was snapped in the store holding a Fender Telecaster Deluxe, with the shot being posted on the company's official blog FrontRow.
Bad Religion have been going for 30 years, with the latest critically-acclaimed album The Dissent of Man featuring singles Cyanide and The Devil in Stitches.
Hetson and the rest of the band will begin their US tour in Las Vegas on April 5th, moving on to play shows in cities such as San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Denver.
As the run progresses, they will perform in Baltimore, Boston and New York, as well as Kansas City.
Bad Religion and Rise Against will bring the curtain down on the tour in Chicago on May 13th.
Fans who attend have been told to expect a mixture of classic hits and new material when the group take to the stage each evening.
ÂPosted on 2 Mar 2011 10:10 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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