Image: Rockett Queen, Scott Stapp, MazurPR, Michael MazurTYLER, Texas - Explosive rock 'n' rollers Rockett Queen will take their high energy show on the road in early 2016 as direct support to former Creed vocalist Scott Stapp.

"We couldn't be more excited about going out with Scott Stapp," said vocalist/guitarist Walter Lee. "We feel that teaming up with someone of his stature is exactly what the band needs to expose our music to the maximum amount of people possible. Not to mention between the two bands everyone in attendance will definitely get their money's worth from the shows."

Rockett Queen is the first band signed to music industry veteran Paul Bibeau's new Fade To Silence Records. The group's label debut is a re-released of the Goodnight California EP, previously self-released by the band, in an expanded edition including three new tracks.

Rockett Queen's brand of straight-up, honest rock 'n' roll has garnered the quartet a great deal of critical acclaim and Top 40 airplay. Performing for more than 25,000 music fans, the band's energetic live show has won over a devoted fanbase.

The Texas-based foursome debuted the video for "I Hate You" last week.

Rockett Queen is completed by Jay Scars on lead guitar, Chaz Graves on bass and Keith Crash on drums.

Tour dates are as follow:

Jan 15 - Palladium Theater, St Petersburg, FL

Jan 16 - LeVel Nightclub - Biloxi, MS

Image: Rockett Queen, Promo Photo, MazurPR, Michael MazurJan 18 - Cat's Cradle, Carrboro, NC

Jan 20 - Marlin Room @ Webster Hall, New York, NY

Jan 21 - Village Night, Lancaster, PA

Jan 23 - Webster Theater, Hartford, CT

Jan 24 - The Palladium, Worcester, MA

Jan 26 - Iron Works, Buffalo, NY

Jan 27 - Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA

Jan 29 - Machine Shop, Flint, MI

Jan 30 - BMI Speedway, Versailles, OH

Feb 02 - The Arcada Theatre, St Charles, IL

Feb 03 - The Marq, Green Bay, WI

Feb 05 - Ground Zero, Traverse City, MI

Feb 06 - Piere's, Fort Wayne, IN

Feb 09 - Juanita's, Little Rock, AR

Feb 10 - Granada Theater, Dallas, TX