Saliva formed in Tennessee in September 1996, and released their self-titled album about a year later. They released two more albums after that, the third one having one of their most successful songs “Always” which reached number one on the Modern Rock Chart. They have a total of five albums out, and are currently working on their newest one “Take That Society” to be released in 2010.

Saliva went on tour starting July 17 and has shows on and off through October 23. They will also make appearances at some fairs and festivals throughout the summer and early fall. They had to cancel two weeks of performances for the 2009 SnoCore Tour due to the singer’s emergency surgery, and ended up not doing the tour at all because his recovery took longer than expected.

Saliva tour fills summer with fair and festival appearances
After health problems kept them off the road earlier this year, hard rock group Saliva is hitting the road this summer for about eight solid weeks plus other scattered dates. The band’s calendar picks up with a July 17 show at Rock Fest in Cadott, WI, and continues on... Read more
SnoCore Tour breaks into spring with Static-X, Saliva
Since its founding in 1996, the annual SnoCore Tour has primarily been a winter event, celebrating the lifestyle and culture of seasonal sports such as skiing and snowboarding. However, after taking a break from the circuit last year, the touring festival is breaking new ground with a spring jaunt.... Read more
Daily tour recap: Saliva, Ledisi, Lykke Li and more
Today’s tour recap includes full itinerary announcements for O.A.R., Motley Crue and more as compiled by TicketNews on November 14, 2008. At the top of the day’s news, we have a full itinerary and announcement for Motley Crue‘s upcoming 2009 tour with Hinder and Theory of a Deadman. The... Read more