Peters will feature live performances and new studio material by the band, whose second album, Crowe Valley Blues, will be released on Peters’ Auburn label later this year.
Koston passed away Tuesday at age 40 after a five-year battle with cancer.
Condolences and tributes came from as far away as Omsk, Siberia, where Akron’s Tim “Ripper” Owens, currently on tour with his all-star metal project Hail!, dedicated a song to Koston last night after getting the news. —Anastasia Pantsios
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