Rock's new vixen, Dilana, who placed second on the CBS reality competition Rock Star Supernova, has announced that she will be hitting the road with the super-group she nearly fronted. Dilana will open for Supernova on all dates of the group's winter tour which begins January 16 in Hollywood, FL at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino and concludes February 27 in Long Beach, CA at the Long Beach Arena (full schedule below).

"I did my own tour in December and had such a great time! With my incredible band and all the great fans who came out and rocked, it really felt great to be back in the real world. I can't wait to get out with the Supernova guys, we're going to have a blast," said Dilana.

Placing second on Rock Star Supernova hasn't slowed down Dilana's quest for success. A full-length album is scheduled for the summer of 2007 but fans don't have to wait to sample a taste of Dilana's music. "Supersoul" and "Roxanne" are currently available at MySpace, iTunes, Napster and the rest, with a second single, "Holiday," planned for January. Adrian Young (No Doubt) is playing drums on the songs and is only one of the many players that have found themselves in a studio or on a stage with Dilana in recent months.

"Dilana is an electric performer which made me really want to play with her. I have totally enjoyed working with her in the studio, she is so much fun. I hope to get the chance to rock out with her on stage in the future." Stated Young.

"I've been able to write, record and play with so many amazing and generous musicians that I feel like I'm in some sort of musical wonderland" said Dilana.

Supernova consists of notorious drummer Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe), guitarist Gilby Clarke (Guns N' Roses), bass player Johnny Colt (The Black Crowes), and new singer, winner of Rock Star Supernova, Lukas Rossi.

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Supernova Dates
Jan. 16 Hollywood, FL Semionle Hard Rock Casino
Jan. 17 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
Jan. 19 Norfolk, VA Constant Convocation Center
Jan 20 Buffalo, NY Shea's Performing Arts Center
Jan. 21 Albany, NY Pepsi Arena
Jan. 23 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Jan. 24 Toronto, ON Massey Hall
Jan. 26 Atlantic City, JN Borgata Hotel Casino
Jan. 27 Wallingford, CT Chevrolet Theatre
Jan. 28 Worcester, MA DCU Center
Jan. 30 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Spectrum
Jan. 31 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
Feb. 2 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
Feb. 3 Rosemont, IL Rosemont Theatre
Feb. 5 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre
Feb. 7 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
Feb. 8 Saint Paul, MN Roy Wilkins Auditorium
Feb. 9 Fargo, ND Fargodome
Feb. 11 Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre
Feb. 13 Loveland, CO Budweiser Events Center
Feb. 16 Portland, OR Memorial Coliseum
Feb. 18 Everett, WA Everett Events Center
Feb. 19 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Feb. 21 Sacramento, CA ARCO Center
Feb. 22 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Feb. 24 Phoenix, AZ Cricket Pavillion
Feb. 25 Pala, CA Pala Casino
Feb. 27 Long Beach, CA Long Beach Arena