7. He gave out autographed Bengals gear at a Pittsburgh show.
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Tonight #theresurrectiontour is in Pittsburgh PA! Every night after the set we like to hand out set lists, towels etc. to you guys in the audience who have made the show so great! We want to show you that we appreciate that you guys spent your hard earned money to make these shows happen! Tonight however, given the location of the show I thought I might bring you guys some special gifts from my hometown! I know i know, they aren’t what you’re used to here in the Steel City..BUT hopefully you’ll still like them 😜 Seriously though I wanted to have a little fun with this “rivalry” AND give you guys some stuff that I really love 🖤🆎 #whodey
While on Black Veil Brides’ the Resurrection Tour last year, Black gave out some autographed Bengals merch. The tour stopped at Stage AE, which sits across the street from rival team the Pittsburgh Steelers’ home stadium, making for a playful jab at the “rivalry.”
8. “Ghost Of Ohio” was shot in Cincinnati.
According to Cincinnati City Beat, the video was shot in different locations around Cincinnati, including Delhi, Westwood and Western Hills.
9. He visited Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Black stopped by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in 2013 with Juliet Simms to visit and sign autographs for the patients.
10. He has a bracelet with Never Take It Off named OHIO.
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❓Question ❓Should we add the @andyblack tattoo inspired “Ohio” bracelet to his permanent line?🆎 . . Flashback Friday – to 2013 when we released the Andy Ink Line! ⟵ Scroll to see his Ohio Tattoo. . . Andy’s tattoo inspired Ink Line was so popular that we moved several pieces from it over to his permanent line – like the 💧Ink Vial also seen in this post. ⟵ maybe we should re-release this popular piece? . . #ghostofohio #andyblack #andybiersack #bvb #blackveilbrides #ink #tattoos
OHIO was named after the pentagram placed over the state of Ohio on his arm and is inspired by said tattoo. The bracelet is available to purchase here.
11. Proceeds from his upcoming hometown show will be donated to mental health.
@WEBN Rock Out of the Darkness with @AndyBlack, @TheFaim & @KulickOffical on April 25th! A portion of proceeds will go to Lindner Center of Hope, providing hope and healing to mental illness for the tri-state area. 🖤🖤🖤 Show your support and grab tickets now
— Bogart's (@BogartsShows) February 21, 2019
Black returns home on his The Ghost Of North America tour later this month where some of the proceeds will be donated to Lindner Center Of HOPE. The not-for-profit mental health center provides care for the tri-state area. Tickets for both that show and the rest of the tour are available here.