Does this mean that I get to go on tour!??!

Kim Mitchell joins Toronto FM station
Rocker Kim Mitchell is becoming a disc jockey at a Toronto radio station.
The classic rock station Q107 announced yesterday Mitchell will be the new afternoon drive radio host beginning August 9.
Mitchell was in the studio as morning host John Derringer announced the news and he told listeners he’s excited about the possibilities. He’ll be heard weekdays between 2 p.m. and 7 live from the studio at the Hard Rock CafÈ, by Dundas Square. The station plans to celebrate his arrival with a special edition of their monthly “Breakfast With Derringer” live broadcast on Aug. 27.
“I’m looking forward to bringing my experience as a musician, artist and entertainer to the microphone at Q107,” Mitchell says on the station’s website. “I am rocked and ready, let’s go!”
The Peterborough native began his career as singer-guitarist in Max Webster. His later solo work during the early 1980s included songs like “Patio Lanterns”, “Go For A Soda”, and “Rock And Roll Duty”.