Legendary Australian hard rock band ROSE TATTOO has issued the following update:
"The first chapter of Tatts TV with your questions to the band is available! So listen to and see Angry [Anderson; vocals], talking about what got him into rock 'n' roll, when he first met Pete Wells [late ROSE TATTOO guitarist] and what are his future plans with the TATTS. And stay tuned for more chapters coming up next, here!"
Watch the first chapeter of Tatts TV below.
A recent Beat TV interview with Angry Anderson has been posted at YouTube.
ROSE TATTOO's new album, entitled "Blood Brothers", was released in February via Armageddon Music. The group's video for the track "Black Eyed Bruiser" can be viewed at YouTube.com. The song is the first single from "Blood Brothers", which was produced by veteran Australian producer Mark Opitz (INXS, COLD CHISEL, KISS). "Black Eyed Bruiser" was written by the band's original production team, Harry Vanda and George Young, who also were AC/DC's producers.
ROSE TATTOO recently completd an Australian tour with GUNS N' ROSES.
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