Authority Zero to Perform at Marquee Before Hitting the Road With Pennywise, Pepper

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Authority Zero will hit the road with punk-rockers Pennywise and Pepper for a Jagermeister tour kicking off in May. Before the band joins their friends on tour, the AZ punk-rock act will perform at Tempe's Marquee Theatre Friday, April 3 for a headlining show. The show will start at 8 p.m. and tickets are $19.

Authority Zero is currently writing their forthcoming album, which lead singer Jason
Devore recently told New Times they hope to release before year's end. If you can't wait until then, we suggest checking out Devore's solo music or his new celtic/folk/rock project The Bollox, which has been making the Irish pub circuit over the last few months and released its debut CD on St. Patrick's Day.

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