American Dog Unleash “Just Like Charlie Sheen” Music Video

American Dog Unleash “Just Like Charlie Sheen” Music Video

June 1, 2012

Earlier this week American Dog gave fans a taste of their new album, and now they have released a Rob Kern directed video for the debut single “Just Like Charlie Sheen”. The track appears on American Dog’s 6th studio album, ‘Poison Smile’, due for release on June 8th via Colonial Canine in North America and Bad Reputation in Europe.

‘Poison Smile’ is now available for pre-order on American Dog’s website — — in two different packages. The Deluxe version of ‘Poison Smile’ comes with an autographed poster, a 3 piece collectors button set, a sticker and an embroidered patch. American Dog will celebrate the release of the CD with a free show on Saturday, June 9th at the Cock-n-Bull in Summit Station, Ohio.

American Dog was formed in 1999 in Columbus, Ohio, featuring ex-Salty Dog (Geffen Records) and Dangerous Toys member Michael Hannon on vocals and bass, Steve Theado on guitars and vocals, and Michael Harris on drums.

The sound is a very coarse high energy hard rock with a blues base which is often compared to 70’s era Ted Nugent with the power and grit of Motorhead. Although the band appeals to a wide demographic, American Dog is especially popular with the biker set. They’ve played some of the biggest biker events in the world, including Sturgis and many Easyrider events in the States, the Hamburg Harley Days Event in Germany, and the Rock and Blues Custom Show in England. They are also popular in the “rust-belt” where they play to enthusiastic crowds in such cities as Columbus, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis, and Louisville. They have shared the stage with Ted Nugent, David Allan Coe, UFO, Rose Tattoo, Billy Idol, Nazareth, Ratt, Ace Frehley, .38 Special and Molly Hatchet.

American Dog have numerous European tours under their belts and have enjoyed tremendous success in Germany, France, Holland, England, Switzerland, Spain and Belgium. With over 35,000 CDs sold and countless gigs played, the American Dog attack shows no signs of slowing.

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