Southern hard rockers Nashville Pussy have decided to stay on the road and continue their current tour promoting their recent album Up the Dosage. The band has announced a slew of new dates this December, starting with a show at the Earl in their hometown of Atlanta on December 5. From there, it’s on shows in Lexington, KY, Grand Rapids, Minneapolis, Green Bay, and Madison. They’ll play the Reggie Rock Club in Chicago on December 12 and then play through Michigan and Ohio to get to New York State, where they’re set to take the stage at the Bug Jar Rochester on December 17 and Gramercy Theater in New York City on December 18. They’ll head into New Jersey to play the Wonder Bar in Asbury Park on December 19 and close out the tour at Philadelphia’s North Star Bar on December 20.

Taking their name from a comment made by Ted Nugent on his Double Wide Gonzo album, Nashville Pussy formed in the mid-90s by lead singer/rhythm guitarist Blaine Cartwright and his wife, lead guitarist Ruyter Suys. With a sound that blends a southern rock base with influences from punk, metal, and psychedelic rock, topped off with intense lyrics on equally intense subject matters, the group has gained something of an underground following and released six studio albums, a best of compilation, and several live CDs and DVDs.

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Video of Nashville Pussy Performing “Go to Hell” Live