News-Press.com reports that drummer Shannon Larkin of the bands GODSMACK and ANOTHER ANIMAL will be doing a public meet-and-greet in Cape Coral, Florida on September 20 at 4 p.m., according to an announcement by the tattoo business Tattoo Artistry.
Larkin, a Cape Coral resident, will hang out, meet some local fans and promote the tattoo shop. He will be at Tattoo Artistry signing autographs, passing out merchandise and posing for pictures.
Shannon has been drumming for 25 years.
He has built his career playing with bands such as: WRATHCHILD AMERICA, SOULS AT ZERO, UGLY KID JOE, BACK ALLEY GATORS, FEAR OF GOD, Glenn Tipton, VANILLA ICE, POUNDHOUND, GLASSJAW, AMEN, SNOT, CANDLEBOX, ANOTHER ANIMAL and current band for the past six years, GODSMACK.
With more than 20 records recorded, he is now preparing to write the new GODSMACK album, due out in 2010.
Tattoo Artistry is located at 861 SE 47th Terrace in Cape Coral. For more information, call 239-542-2443 go to www.tattoofla.com.
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