L.A. GUNS Featuring TRACII GUNS: U.K. Tour Dates Announced
According to Hair Metal Ireland, the L.A. GUNS version featuring guitarist Tracii Guns alongside fellow original members Paul Black and Nickey Alexander, will play a short U.K. tour in January 2007. Support at the shows will come from RED STAR REBELS and JACK VIPER. The dates are as follows:
Jan. 16 - London, UK @ The Underworld
Jan. 17 - Milton Keynes, UK @ Woughton Centre
Jan. 18 - Cardiff, Wales at The Point
Jan. 19 - Dudley, UK @ JB's
Jan. 20 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Jan. 21 - Bradford, UK @ Bradford Rio
Jan. 22 - Crewe, UK @ Limelight
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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