Tesla Announce Release Date for New Album, 'Twisted Wires & The Acoustic Sessions...'

Veteran rockers Tesla have announced that they will release their new album, Twisted Wires & The Acoustic Sessions..., on July 12.

The album will consist of six tracks recorded in 2005 at bassist Brian Wheat's J Street Studio and six new tracks recorded at guitarist Frank Hannon's studio, including acoustic remakes of songs from Bust A Nut and a brand-new song, "Second Street."

Tesla will be hitting the road next month for a tour of the U.S. that begins in El Paso, Texas, on July 1 and wraps up on Sept. 17 in Fresno, California. The band will also be playing the Monsters Of Rock Cruise next February.

Tesla Tour Dates:

  • July
  • 1 - Speaking Rock Entertainment Center - El Paso, Texas
  • 2 - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • 8 - Agua Caliente Casino - Rancho Mirage, California
  • 9 - Thunder Valley Casino - Lincoln, California
  • 16 - Rock The District - Rock Island, Illinois
  • 17 - Chippewa Valley Rock Fest - Cadott, Wisconsin
  • 22 - House Of Blues - Chicago, Illinois
  • 23 - Fond du Lac County Fair - Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

11 - The Legendary Buffalo Chip - Sturgis, South Dakota
23 - PNC Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, New Jersey
24 - Nikon Theater at Jones Beach - Wantagh, New York
27 - Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort - Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
28 - DTE Energy Music Theatre - Clarkston, Michigan

17 - Regional Sports Complex - Fresno, California

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Josh Hart

Josh Hart is a former web producer and staff writer for Guitar World and Guitar Aficionado magazines (2010–2012). He has since pursued writing fiction under various pseudonyms while exploring the technical underpinnings of journalism, now serving as a senior software engineer for The Seattle Times.