L.A. GUNS, BULLETBOYS: U.S. Tour Dates Announced

The L.A. GUNS version featuring guitarist Tracii Guns alongside fellow original members Paul Black and Nickey Alexander will team up with BULLETBOYS for a U.S. tour beginning late October. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Oct. 27 - Farmington, NM @ Big City Nite Club
Oct. 28 - Aurora, CO @ Hubba's
Oct. 30 - Lees Summit, MO @ Alley Catz
Oct. 31 - Middleton, WI @ Warehouse Stage
Nov. 01 - Mankato, MN @ What's Up Lounge
Nov. 03 - Wareen, MI @ The Ritz
Nov. 09 - Baltimore, MD @ Club Mate
Nov. 11 - Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
Nov. 15 - Washington, DC @ Rock N Roll Hotel
Nov. 17 - Philadelphia, PA @ Whiskey Dix
Nov. 18 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Nov. 22 - Saint Petersburg, FL @ The Garage Bar
Nov. 24 - Jonesboro, GA @ Breakers Music Hall
Nov. 26 - Little Rock, AR @ Hall Of Industry
Dec. 06 - Billings, MT @ The Railyard
Dec. 07 - Rapid City, SD @ Venue Eight
Dec. 08 - Casper, WY @ Eagles Lodge
Dec. 11 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
Dec. 13 - Tacoma, WA @ The Factory
Dec. 14 - Portland, OR @ Outlaws Bar & Grill
Dec. 16 - West Hollywood, CA @ Viper Room

Paul Black co-wrote L.A. GUNS' fan favorites and Alexander played all drum tracks on the band's classic self-titled debut album for Polygram Records. The group 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.


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