PREVIEW: The Dead Daisies Make The Most Of It EXCLUSIVE -
The Dead Daisies Revolcion

The Dead Daisies Revolcion

PREVIEW: The Dead Daisies Make The Most Of It EXCLUSIVE

by Paul Cashmere on June 18, 2015

in Live,New Music,News

The Dead Daisies ‘Revolucion’ album is on the way and here is another preview, ‘Make The Most Of It’, from the album.

‘Revolucion’ is the second album for The Dead Daisies and first to feature new singer John Corabi, formerly of Motley Crue. ‘Revolucion’ was recorded at 301 in Sydney.

Sample The Dead Daisies ‘Make The Most Of It’

The Dead Daisies are in the final week of their tour with Kiss in Europe. They will tour Australia in October.

The Dead Daisies dates

June 18, Amsterdam
June 19, Dessel
June 21, Barcelona
June 22, Madrid

October 3, Perth
October 6, Adelaide
October 8 and 9, Melbourne
October 10, Sydney
October 13 Brisbane
October 16, Auckland

The Dead Daisies will then head back to Europe to tour with Whitesnake in November.


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