THE ANGELS, ROSE TATTOO, THE SCREAMING JETS To Team Up For 'Australian Monsters Of Rock'

THE ANGELS, ROSE TATTOO and THE SCREAMING JETS will team up for the "Australian Monsters Of Rock" concert on Saturday, April 25 at Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Autralia.

The first of these Aussie rock legends to take to the stage will be THE SCREAMING JETS. After an extended hiatus between albums, one of the country's most respected rock bands, THE SCREAMING JETS came back in 2008 with their first studio release in eight years — and without doubt, their best album yet.

In the category of "cult bands," ROSE TATTOO has been at the top of the pile for years. The raw style of blues rock that these guys manage to create out of a hot mix of slide guitars, pounding hooks with sharp and tight rhythm along with the unmistakeable voice of the frontman Angry Anderson is what gives the fans a welcome feast in what is today a fast food-orientated music business.

Anyone with familiar with THE ANGELS music and their history knows they are not only one of Australia's greatest ever bands but one of its longest surviving. Since releasing their now legendary debut single, "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again?", in May 1976, the band has gone on to enjoy an extraordinary career — through the release of a vast catalog of recorded music and performing thousands of gigs over more than three decades.

The VANDOLLZ are also on the bill.

Tickets are on sale now at Ticketek.


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