GUNS N' ROSES REVISITED: Asian Tour Dates Announced
Former GUNS N' ROSES/current ADLER'S APPETITE drummer Steven Adler and BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION/ex-L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns have scheduled several shows in Asia later this year. The band is called GUNS N' ROSES REVISITED and features, in addition to Steven and Tracii, ADLER'S APPETITE members Sheldon Tarsha (lead vocals), Keri Kelli (rhythm guitar) and Robbie Crane (bass). The dates are as follows:
Aug. 24 - Jakarta, @ Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta
Aug. 26 – Malang @ Velodrome / Stadion Gajayana Malang
Aug. 28 – Bali (A Mild Live Soundrenaline) @ Pulau Serangan, Bali
Aug. 30 – Yogyakarta @ Stadion Mandala Krida, Yogyakarta
Sep. 01 – Medan @ Selecta Royal Ballroom Lt. 5, Medan
Sep. 03 – Singapore @ Singapore Expo
Sep. 05 - Manila (Philippines) @ Araneta Colliseum
More information is available at the promoter's web site, www.tommypratama.com.
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