OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON, GIRLSCHOOL, TYGERS OF PAN TANG To Release Album, Embark On Tour
OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON, GIRLSCHOOL and THE TYGERS OF PAN TANG will celebrate the 25th anniversary of NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) with the release of an album called "Second Wave", featuring five tracks from each band. A summer release through Communiqué Records is expected. In addition, the three groups — along with MILLION — will team up for a European tour, which is scheduled to kick off in early June in the U.K.
Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Jun. 07 - Market Harborough, UK @ TBA
Jun. 08 - Bolton, UK @ Albert Hall
Jun. 09 - Newcastle, UK @ Opera House
Jun. 10 - Dunfermline, UK @ Glen Pavillion
Jun. 11 - Edinburgh, UK @ Corn Exchange
Jun. 12 - Dundee, UK @ Cotton Club
Jun. 13 - Glasgow, UK @ Barrowlands
Jun. 14 - Ipswich, UK @ Corn Exchange
Jun. 17 - Liverpool, UK @ Olympia
Jun. 19 - Bradford, UK @ Penningtons
Jun. 20 - Milton Keynes, UK @ Sanctuary
Jun. 22 - Cardiff, UK @ University
Jun. 23 - Plymouth, UK @ TBA
Jun. 26 - Swindon, UK @ Brunel Rooms
Jun. 27 - Dudley, UK @ JB's
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