Former THE ALMIGHTY Frontman To Support WHITESNAKE In California
Former THE ALMIGHTY frontman Ricky Warwick will be opening for WHITESNAKE at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California on June 25-26.
Warwick is currently promoting his second solo album, "Love Many Trust Few", out now on Sanctuary Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Tattoos and Alibis" was produced by Ronan McHugh and DEF LEPPARD frontman Joe Elliott and features guest appearances from DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell and Canadian singer/songwriter Emm Gryner. The artwork and design was handled by Steve Averill (the guitar player with the seminal Irish punk band THE RADIATORS FROM SPACE), who has previously worked with U2. A video for the track "Learning to Fall" was shot during Warwick's performance at the Sprit Stone in Dundalk, Ireland on March 31.
Upcoming Ricky Warwick tour dates:
Jun. 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Joint
Jun. 25 – West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues (w/ WHITESNAKE)
Jun. 26 – West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues (w/ WHITESNAKE)
Jun. 29 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Joint
Jul. 02 - Irvine, CA @ Hootenanny Festival
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