Guitarist Tracii Guns from legendary rock band L.A. GUNS will hit the road in May for his first solo tour under the banner LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN, playing songs from all of his past projects. Fans will be treated to the sounds of L.A. GUNS, music from the hard rock band BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION and rare material from supergroups CONTRABAND and KILLING MACHINE.

Tracii is only doing select dates before heading out on a summer tour with L.A GUNS.

The dates are as follows:

May 16 - San Diego, CA 710 Beach Club
May 18 - Lakewood, CO Ecks Saloon
May 20 - Detroit , MI Irock
May 21 - Greenville, WI Route 15 Sports Bar
May 22 - Janesville, WI The Back Bar
May 23 - Meriam, KS Aftershock
May 25 - Waterloo, IA Spicoli's Grill Garden
May 26 - Oklahoma City, OK The Rock Theater
May 27 - Dallas, TX The Rockstar Bar
May 28 - Kemah, TX Heads N Tails
May 29 - San Angelo, TX Dead Horse
May 30 - Tucson, AZ Omally's


Tracii Guns - Guitar
Scott Harris - Vocals
Chad Stewart - Drums
Tim Hogan - Bass

L.A. GUNS has recently been touring in two competing lineups: one fronted by Tracii Guns, and another led by his Eighties bandmates, singer Phil Lewis and drummer Steve Riley. "Tracii's L.A. GUNS is bogus," Riley recently told Rolling Stone magazine. "People want to hear the songs sung by the original lead singer." Guns countered, "Those guys are a couple of dirty motherfuckers. I hired them for my band — if you get hired as a manager at McDonald's, you don't take over the McDonald's."

Guns told Rolling Stone that he was going to court, and he hoped to get the name back. "I just want to put it to bed and start a new band," he said. "This has proved beyond 'Spinal Tap' ridiculous. The next chapter would be us trying to book a convenience store and battling over the $300 they'd pay us."


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