25 years after the DOGS D'AMOUR released their legendary "Dynamite Jet Saloon" album, the original members have reunited to raise money for a dear friend and fellow musician with cancer.
More than two decades have passed since the definitive lineup have shared a stage together and they are ready to kick over the graveyard of empty bottles and play their brand of raucous sonic sounds that inspired a cult-like following.
Frontman Tyla, drummer Bam, bassist Steve James and guitarist Jo Dog are gearing up from four corners of the globe to play together for the first time in 22 years. "It's good to have me old mates back," says Tyla.
The fans have been asking for the classic lineup in every form of social media and the DOGS have heard them.
In 1989, "The Satellite Kid" climbed the U.K. chart to No. 26 while the "Graveyard Of Empty Bottles" album made it to No. 16 on the U.K. album chart.
Their notorious reputation often preceded them but every one of their singles made it into the Top 100 of the U.K. chart.
The DOGS D'AMOUR will reunite for a select number of gigs and festivals in 2013 to perform all the DOGS hits and classic favorites along with several new songs they're currently recording.
The kickoff gig and fund raiser charity event will take place on February 22, 2013 at The Borderline in London, England.