LUNARMILE Featuring TONY IOMMI's Daughter: Dates With BLUE ÖYSTER CULT, SHY Announced

LUNARMILE (Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3), the British band featuring frontwoman Toni-Marie (daughter of BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi) and bassist bassist Alex Hill (son of JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill), have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:

May 12 - Coventry, UK @ The Jailhouse
May 19 - Birmingham, UK @ Old Oscott Working Mens Club
May 26 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Little Civic, North Street, Wolverhampton
Jun. 01 - Redditch, UK @ Redditch Youth House
Jun. 07 - Warwickshire, UK @ Cox's Yard
Jun. 15 - Dudley, UK @ JBs
Jul. 08 - Birmingham, UK @ James Brindley
Jul. 17 - Wolverhampton, UK @ The Robin 2 (w/ BLUE ÖYSTER CULT)
Aug. 05 - Solihull, UK @ B91 Festival
Aug. 19 - Swindon, UK @ The Vic
Sep. 20 - Wolverhampton, UK @ The Robin 2 (w/ SHY)

LUNARMILE recently uploaded a new song, entitled "4 AM", to their official web site. Check it out at The band expect to release a new EP soon.


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