CAMP FREDDY To Play Las Vegas Later In The Month
CAMP FREDDY, the Los Angeles-based "jam" band consisting of JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist Dave Navarro, former THE CULT touring bassist Billy Morrison (on guitar), ex-GUNS N' ROSES/THE CULT drummer Matt Sorum, bassist Scott Ford, and vocalist Donovan Leitch (the son of 1960s U.K. folk-rock icon Donovan), will be heading back to Las Vegas to perform at the Hard Rock Hotel on Friday, July 18. The band will be playing poolside to kick off the Hard Rock's summer concert series.
Since Navarro is on tour with JANE'S ADDICTION right now, he will not be present at the gig and will be temporarily replaced by "some incredible guests," according to the group's official web site.
Space will be limited to around 1,500 people, so if you are planning on going to the show, make sure you call the Hard Rock as soon as possible at 1-888-HRD-ROCK to find out about ticket availability.
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