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Grammy-nominated, multiple platinum selling nu metal band P.O.D. will release their new album, When Angels and Serpents Dance, on April 8, and the band will hold listening parties today, March 18, at Hard Rock locations in Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Orlando, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Instead of an entrance fee, they are asking for a voluntary $5 donation to Musicians on Call, and the band will appear live via a video chat during the parties to interact with their fans.

In addition to the listening parties, P.O.D. will take part in the Hard Rock Café’s month long charity drive for Musicians on Call. P.O.D. will perform at eight Hard Rock locations throughout the USA.

March

  • 25 Hollywood, CA – Universal Studios
  • 28 Miami, FL – 401 Biscayne Blvd.
  • 29 Washington DC – 999 E. Street N.W.
  • 31 Chicago, IL – 63 W. Ontario

April

  • 1 St. Louis, MO – 450 St. Louis Union Station
  • 2 Denver, CO – 500 16th Street Mall
  • 3 Phoenix, AZ – 3 South 2nd Street
  • 7 San Diego, CA – 801 4th Avenue

Musicians on Call is a nonprofit organization formed in 1999, bringing live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. The goal of Musicians on Call is to use music to promote and complement the healing process for patients, families, and caregivers.

Ticket information can be found at http://www.payableondeath.com/hardrocktour/.

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