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Clutch to debut new music during upcoming livestream performance

Tue, November 9, 2021 9:49 AM PT814 views

Official press release:

Almighty riff masters, Clutch have announced the fourth installment of their live stream series, "Live From The Doom Saloon" today. Taking place on Friday, November 26th at 5pm PST/8pm EST live from the band's rehearsal space, "Live From The Doom Saloon Vol. 4" will feature a special set list of old songs, deep cuts, some classics and something brand new. Ticket holders will be able to re-watch the show on demand until 11:59pm on Sunday, November 28th. Tickets and merch bundles are on sale now from www.clutchmerch.com with proceeds benefitting the Lustgarten Foundation pancreatic Cancer Research.

Speaking on their latest live stream event, Clutch share: "We just wrapped up tracking our new album so we're ready to play a show! Come hang with us on November 26 for Live From The Doom Saloon Vol 4. We'll stream this show live from our rehearsal pad. We’re gonna play something from every one of our albums and maybe even something brand new!"

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The previous 3 iterations of the 'Live From The Doom Saloon' series took place throughout 2020, during lockdown. 'Live From The Doom Saloon Vol. 1' took place in May 2020, with support from Crowbar, Blacktop Mojo, and Saul, with proceeds benefitting MusiCares and Angel Flight West.

'Live From The Doom Saloon Vol. 2' took place in August of 2020 and featured a huge fan component as the band encouraged fans to submit their dream, 14 song setlist. The winning submission was not only performed by the band during the live stream, but also received a plethora of massive prizes. Show donations from Vol. 2 benefitted the Innocent Lives Foundation, a charitable organization that combats the trafficking and exploitation of children, of which Fallon is a board member.

'Live From The Doom Saloon Vol. 3' took place in December and featured a setlist of the 15 most requested songs from the submissions sent in for Vol.2. and raised money for Save Our Stages: a charitable organization that raises money for over 3,000 independent venues in 50 states.


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