VELVET REVOLVER kicked off their European tour Sunday (August 8) with an appearance at the Skanderborg Festival in Denmark. Check out pictures from Velvet-Revolver.com. The group's set list was as follows:
01. Sucker Train Blues
02. Do It For The Kids
04. Crackerman (STONE TEMPLE PILOTS)
05. Big Machine
06. Fall To Pieces
07. Set Me Free
08. It's So Easy (GUNS N' ROSES)
09. Sex Type Thing (STONE TEMPLE PILOTS)
11. Surrender (CHEAP TRICK)
VELVET REVOLVER are continuing to tour in support of their debut album, "Contraband", which has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), signifying shipments of more than 1,000,000 units.
"Contraband" debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart, selling over 250,000 copies. Notably, this marks the best-ever debut for a new rock artist in the SoundScan era.
VELVET REVOLVER shot a video for their second single, "Fall to Pieces", late last month on the Santa Monica pier. The clip reportedly features all bandmembers and their wives in the setting of the old 1970s Starwood Club.
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