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David Lowy Says Dead Daisies Will Be Ongoing

by Paul Cashmere on March 26, 2013

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The Dead Daisies guitarist David Lowy says his new band will be an ongoing concern.

 

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The Dead Daisies

Lowy spoke with David McCarroll for Australian Guitar Magazine and says that the Australian “supergroup” will have a future past the current round of shows. “The Dead Daisies is definitely a going concern,” he said. “It’s a project of Jon Stevens and mine. We plan to release a single before our Aerosmith support dates in late April/early May called Lock’N’Load, which features Slash, and soon after that release our debut album. Jon and I have already started on new songs. You can look forward to more music and touring in Australia and overseas. I spend a lot of time outside of Australia looking after my business interests and I’m looking to combine that with some international touring”.

The Dead Daisies is Jon Stevens on vocals with Charlie Drayton (Divinyls), Richard Fortus (Guns n’ Roses), Jim Hilbun (The Angels), Alan Mansfield (Dragon, Robert Palmer) and David Lowy (Red Phoenix, The Angels, Mink).

Slash put down the guitar work for their first single ‘LockNLoad’ recently in LA. The single is due in April. 

The Dead Daisies will tour Australia with Aerosmith in April and May.

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