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LA Guns East Coast Tour Sept
« on: August 13, 2010, 09:31:28 PM »
They be back, saw them in Melb before and it was ever so awesome! :)

July 1 2010: L.A Guns are coming to Australian shores in September 2010 with Tracii Guns, founding member of both L.A Guns and Guns N Roses. Performing in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne over three back to back nights, Australian fans across the East Coast will be able to experience what many consider to be the last true Rock and Roll band. Started in 1982 by Tracii Guns during his last year of high school, it wasnt until after joining with Hollywood Rose frontman Axl Rose to form Guns N Roses before going their separate ways, that Tracii reformed L.A Guns and guided them to their first platinum album award with their first album L.A. Guns. A compilation of the videos made for this first album also earned the band a gold video award.

L.A. Guns features Tracii Guns (guitar), Danny Nordahl (bass), Chad Stewart (drums and percussion) and Jizzy Pearl (vocals) with whom Tracii recorded the album Shrinking Violet back in 1999.

Original material and Tracii Guns experience working with many renowned and accomplished musicians throughout the years, including Nicki Sixx (Motley Crue) in Brides of Destruction, has led to L.A. Guns continued global success with no signs of slowing down.

East Coast Australia should strap themselves in and get ready for a highly anticipated lesson in Original and Authentic Rock and Roll.

Supported by Hell City Glamours and The Ride Ons

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Re: LA Guns East Coast Tour Sept
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2010, 10:59:57 PM »
Wasnt it the Phil Lewis version that toured previously? I feel that they are the better of the two anyway... but all LA Guns shows are worth the trip :)