TRACII GUNS Announces L.A. GUNS 20th Anniversary Tour

Guitarist Tracii Guns (L.A. GUNS) recently reunited with original L.A. GUNS members Paul Black and Nickey Alexander for a special series of shows to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary. Black co-wrote the band's fan favorites and Alexander played all drum tracks on the classic self-titled debut album for Polygram Records. The band released a CD, titled "The Black List", earlier this year, which is a collection of previously unreleased recordings of L.A. GUNS standards from 1986 and 1987, and is currently recording new material for release in early 2007.

Tracii hopes to eliminate confusion between his version of L.A. GUNS and any other act using the name. "As for myself, Paul, Nicky and Jeremy, don't expect any empty clubs," Guns says. "Upon announcing our project we were immediately booked onto special event shows such as festivals in Trinidad with SCORPIONS."

Continues Tracii: "If you want to hear the hits performed by the artists who actually wrote them and played authentically by the guitarist who formed the band (not to mention the fact that the band is NAMED AFTER ME) as well as the original vocalist and the drummer that played on the hits then please, by all means DO NOT confuse the two groups. I have surrounded myself with a team of positive, established professionals from management to the band itself who believe in the project and are ready to rock!"

L.A. GUNS 20th anniversary shows:

Sep. 02 - Denver, CO @ Taste of Colorado
Sep. 09 - Burnsville, MN @ Prime Ticket
Sep. 16 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
Sep. 17 - Hollywood, CA @ Key Club
Sep. 23 - Trinidad, West Indies @ Rock for Life Festival
Oct. 13 - Cordova, ARG @ Captain Blue
Oct. 14 - Rosario, ARG @ Zona de Nadie
Oct. 15 - Buenos Aires, ARG @ El Teatro Colegiales
Oct. 21 - Los Angeles, CA @ Club Scream
Oct. 27 - Farmington, NM @ Big City
Oct. 28 - Aurora, CO @ Hubbas
Oct. 31 - Madison, WI @ The Warehouse
Nov. 18 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Nov. 26 - Little Rock, AR @ Hall of Industry


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