ROSE TATTOO: Back On The Attack

Australia's ROSE TATTOO will play the following shows in late July:

Jul. 23 – Sydney, AUS @ Annandale Hotel
Jul. 24 – Melbourne, AUS @ Prince of Wales, St. Kilda
Jul. 25 – Adelaide, AUS @ Le Rox

ROSE TATTOO will perform live on Sydney's "Footy Show" on July 17. Negotiations are currently underway for the band to appear on some other shows.

In related news, ROSE TATTOO guitarist Pete Wells has formed a new project called ROCKS PUSH, which sees him returning to bass duties. Named after an old Sydney street gang, the band, made up of Wells (vocals/bass), Chris Turner (vocals/guitar) and Rob Grosser (drums), are releasing their debut album, "Three Good Reasons For The Blues", through Big Rock Records ( in the near future. The promo blurb states, "Punters should be warned that this is a 'power trio' of the modern era and this combined with their collective mileage may be a concern to the uninitiated!"

ROCKS PUSH made their live debut this past weekend at the Narrabeen Sands Hotel. Additional dates will be announced soon.


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