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Fuel Names New Lead Singer
By: Chad |
Source: Fuel

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 Friday, April 20, 2007

As it has been rumored, Fuel finally announced this week that Toryn Green, former frontman of the Los Angeles band Something to Burn, will replace Brett Scallions as the new lead singer of the band.  Green beat out 1,000 other singers who sent audition tapes to land the spot vacated by Scallions last year. Former Godsmack drummer Tommy Stewart also has joined Fuel's lineup, replacing Kevin Miller who left the band weeks before Scallions did.

The band has posted a clip of one of the songs off the as of yet untitled new album that will feature the new line up at the band's website, fuelweb.com

Fuel will embark on a tour this summer, kicking off with a May 4 show in Jackson, Mississippi.


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