GARY MOORE To Support ZZ TOP In Europe
Legendary guitarist GARY MOORE will be supporting ZZ TOP on a three-week European tour in early October. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Oct. 01 – Helsinki, FIN @ Hartwall Arena
Oct. 03 – Stockholm, SWE @ Hovet
Oct. 05 – Alborg, DEN @ Alborg Arena
Oct. 07 – Copenhagen, DEN @ Falkoner
Oct. 14 – Paris, FRA @ Le Zenith
Oct. 15 - Saarbrucken, GER @ E-Werk
Oct. 16 – Brussels, BEL @ Forest National
Oct. 18 - Essen, GER @ Grugahalle
Oct. 19 - Munich, GER @ Olympiahalle
Oct. 20 - Stuttgart, GER @ Schleyerhalle
GARY MOORE's new album, which is being issued under the band moniker SCARS, is scheduled for release in Europe on September 2nd and the USA on September 10th via Sanctuary Records.
In other news, a previously-unreleased album track, "Livin' with the Blues", from the Back to the Blues sessions, will be included on a charity compilation CD which is set for release on September 6th. Produced to aid Wicklow Mental Health Association — an affiliate of Mental Health Ireland — the album will include additional contributions from U2, THE CRANBERRIES, SINEAD O'CONNOR and ASH, among others.
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