Ethan Brosh's third album "Conspiracy"is out now and will tie into a North American Tour as he will be supporting former Dictators/Manowar guitarist Ross the Bosson this run. The shows will  kick off on March 7th in Sellersville, PA at Sellersville Theater, and will run through the 25th, in West Allis, WI at Lucky Chance.

"I can't wait to get on the road with Ross The Boss this March," says Brosh. "I've known Ross for a little while now since we have a lot of close mutual friends, I'm very much looking forward to have a whole tour with him and rock out all over the US and Canada with his and my band! Sounds like a really good time to me! The boys in my band and myself have been hungry to get back on the road and do another big tour with lots of cities in it! We will have two legs of this tour and right now we are getting pumped to start phase one!"

"We are very much looking forward to coming back to some of our favorite places to play where we have a lot of fans and friends. Sellersville, PA is a place we can't wait to get back to, as well as Quebec City, and of course, Toronto by now almost feels like a second home for us. We are psyched to finally get to play Montreal for the first time ever, we heard nothing but great things about the rock fans in that city and we can't wait to have our show there! Also the west coast in the US is long overdue, and will happen in the second leg of this tour. Last time I toured there with my band was 5 years ago when we supported Yngwie Malmsteen. It's time to go back! This tour is also the first tour to support my brand new album, "Conspiracy," and I can't wait to start playing the new material and have the new look and all that fun stuff!"

The album (which can be purchased here - features 14 new tracks, that showcase Brosh’s stellar guitar work in the style of hard rock guitar instrumentals, which perfectly balances virtuoso playing and memorable melodies. Also, the production elements of "Conspiracy" were taken care of by some of the industry's all-time best, as it was mixed by Max Norman (Ozzy, Megadeth, Bad Company) and mastered by Brad Blackwood (Alison Krauss), while artwork was supplied by Derek Riggs (Iron Maiden). "This was a 3-year process of countless hours of work by lots of different talented people," explains Brosh. "In short, we believe there is something for everyone on this album and you simply won't be disappointed!"

Brosh’s guitar playing has already been heard on recordings or in concert with SteelHeart, Michael Sweet (Stryper), Carmine Appice (Ozzy, Rod Stewart) and Eric Martin (Mr. Big), Yngwie Malmsteen, Jake E. Lee, Michael Schenker, George Lynch, Greg Howe, Dave Ellefson, Pat Travers, Eddie Money, Uli Jon Roth, Joe Lynn Turner, Mike Mangini, and countless others.

Additionally, a striking new music video has been unveiled for one of the standout tracks off of "Conspiracy,’\" entitled "Tomb of the Gods," which can be viewed here:


W    3/7 Sellersville, PA Sellersville Theater 
Th   3/8 Manchester, NH Jewel Music Venue
F     3/9  Brooklyn, NY St. Vitus
S    3/10 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
Su  3/11 Patchogue, NY Stereo Garden
W   3/14 Quebec, QU L’Anti
Th  3/15 Montreal, QU Katacombes
F    3/16 Toronto, ON Rockpile
Su  3/18 Detroit, MI Token Lounge
Th  3/22 Indianapolis, IN Black Circle Brewery
F    3/23 Chicago, IL Reggies
S    3/24  Lombard, IL Brauer House
SU  3/25 West Allis, WI Lucky Chance

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