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News : L.A. Guns announce 2018 Australian tour dates

By on November 23, 2017

US hard rock legends L.A. Guns has announced selected tour dates across Australia in May 2018. The tour will promote the band’s eleventh studio release, ‘The Missing Peace‘.

The new album is considered a reunion recording as it’s the first album to feature new material featuring both singer Phil Lewis and guitarist Tracii Guns in 15 years. The new album was released in October this year through Frontiers Music.

The current lineup features founding member Tracii Guns, who has reunited with lead singer, Phil Lewis, along with Shane Fitzgibbon on drums, guitar player Michael Grant and bassist Johnny Martin.

Australia & New Zealand, finally get to experience The Missing Peace!…

L.A. Guns 2018 Australia and New Zealand Tour Dates

May 17th BRISBANE, Wooly Mammoth
May 18th MELBOURNE, Max Watts
May 19th SYDNEY, Max Watts
May 23rd PERTH, Rosemount Hotel
May 25th WELLINGTON, Valhalla Tavern
May 26TH AUCKLAND, Galatos Live

Tickets on sale from Thursday, 23rd Nov 9:00am AEDT.

Tickets via: https://www.ontourpresents.com/laguns

Their writing partnership spawned classic L.A. GUNS songs such as “Sex Action”, “Never Enough”, “Electric Gypsy”, “The Ballad Of Jayne”, and countless more in an impressive catalogue of fan favourites. The last time Lewis and Guns joined forces was back in 2000 with legendary producer Andy Johns for the making of what would become “Waking The Dead” – an album that went on to receive tremendous critical acclaim and proved that their musical partnership was every bit as strong as the early days with all-killer-no-filler songs including “Don’t Look At Me That Way”, “Hellraisers Ball”, and “The Ballad”.

Following their successful performance at SiriusXM’s HairNation Festival in May of 2016, L.A. GUNS went into the studio to record their latest album, The Missing Peace, which is was just released in October of 2017.

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