Pseudopod's Kevin Carlberg Feeling Better and Group Hits Road

In November 2002 while Pseudopod was on the road in support of their self-titled debut CD, their lead singer, Kevin Carlberg, sought treatment at a local medical clinic for terrible headaches and nausea. A CAT scan revealed that it was a small tumor that would most likely require surgery. Carlberg and the rest of the band immediately returned to Los Angeles. After the tumor was diagnosed as malignant, a five-hour operation to remove the tumor soon followed. As a result, their upcoming tour dates with O.A.R. were canceled.

Radiation and chemotherapy treatment followed the procedure, and Carlberg spent late last year and early January recuperating from his illness. By mid-January, his doctors gave him the okay to go on tour, and Pseudopod is now back on the road with O.A.R.

Pseudopod/O.A.R. tour itinerary:

March 14-15 Cincinnati, OH Bogart's

March 17 Pittsburgh, PA Metropol

March 18 Urbana, IL Canopy Club

March 19 Peoria, IL Madison Theatre

March 20 Kalamazoo, MI Kalamazoo State Theater

March 22 Detroit, MI State Theater

March 24 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom

March 25 Green Bay, WI Riverside Ballroom

March 26 Ames, IA Stephens AuditoriumZ

March 28 Crawfordsville, IN Wabash College

March 29 Ashland, OH Ashland University

March 30 Indiana, PA Indiana University

March 31 Arlington, VA IoTA Club &Cafe

April 2 Virginia Beach, VA Live

April 3 Charlottesville, VA Starr Hill Music Hall

April 4 Washington, DC American University

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