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The Dead Daisies, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The Dead Daisies To Play Aussie Pub and Club Shows

by Paul Cashmere on January 13, 2014

in Live,News

The Dead Daisies, the Australian supergroup featuring members of Guns N Roses, Thin Lizzy and Noiseworks, will take the show into Australian pub and clubs in February and March.

Jon Stevens of Noiseworks and David Lowy of Red Phoenix and Mink founded the Dead Daisies in Sydney. Richard Fortus of Guns N Roses joined the band and more recently Dizzy Reed of Gunners was also added to the line-up.

The Dead Daisies has a rotating line-up depending on availability. Rolling Stones bass player Darryl Jones played while Marco Mendoza of Thin Lizzy was cranking up his new band Black Star Riders. Mendoza is back with The Dead Daisies. Completing the 2014 line-up is drummer John Tempest of The Cult.

In 2013, The Dead Daisies toured Australia with Aerosmith, the USA with Jane’s Addiction and Alice In Chains and the UK with Black Star Riders.

The 2014 dates will coincide with the release of The Dead Daisies debut self-titled album.

The Dead Daisies Australian dates

February 2, Adelaide, SA, The Gov
February 7, Hahndorf, SA, The Old Mill
February 8, Clare, SA, A Day On The Green Annie’s Lane
February 15, Yarra Valley, Vic, A Day On The Green Rochford Wines
February 16, Melbourne, Vic, The Espy
February 21, Sydney, Taronga Zoo (with Jimmy Barnes)
February 22, Bateau Bay, NSW, Bateau Bay Hotel
February 23, Sydney, NSW, Oxford Arts Factory
February 25, Launceston, Tas, Country Club Casino
February 26, Hobart, Tas, Wrestpoint Casino Showroom
February 28, Mulwala, NSW, Mulwala Water Ski Club
March 1, Albury, NSW, Albury SS&A Club

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