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John Corabi of The Dead Daisies talks about ‘Burn It Down’ – “We are touring for the rest of the year, it’s going to be crazy!”

After releasing their fiery new album Burn It Down, The Dead Daisies have embarked on a UK tour which is mostly sold out and tonight they are playing at KOKO, one of the premier live music venues in London. The place is rammed with fans who are very excited and eager to see these five guys rocking the stage. The ...

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The Dead Daisies burn London down and treat KOKO like an arena venue

The Dead Daisies are often being defined as a ‘musical collective’, founded by guitarist and businessman David Lowy, this super group consists of very talented musicians coming from bands like Motley Crue, Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy and Journey. Lowy, Mendoza, Corabi and Aldrich have been recently joined by drummer Deen Castronovo who is replacing Brian Tichy. Their very first live album ...

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Dizzy Reed – Rock ‘N Roll Ain’t Easy

Dizzy Reed’s obviously an amiable sort. Brought in to augment Guns ‘N Roses on keyboards, he stayed the course through thick and thin when all and sundry left leaving only the temperamental Axl Rose in charge. With friends in high places – and low – elsewhere he’s also been a busy bee, playing with many and fronting live bands too. ...

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Dizzy Reed – This Don’t Look Like Vegas

Guns N’ Roses keyboard player, Dizzy Reed, has dropped the lead single, ‘This Don’t Look Like Vegas’, from his forthcoming solo debut album, Rock ‘n Roll Ain’t Easy that will be available digitally worldwide, and CD and purple vinyl in Australia as of 16th February through Golden Robot Records. ‘This Don’t Look Like Vegas’ was written by Reed, Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, The ...

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The Dead Daisies at Download Festival

Influenced by 70s and early 80s rock, The Dead Daisies sound is soulful and accessible – equal parts of Aerosmith, Bad Company and Foreigner: muscular vocals, bluesy riffs, big choruses, powerful melodies and strong hooks. This band is the perfect representation of Rock and Roll thanks to the great mix of talented musicians and energetic live shows. The band consists ...

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System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith.

System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith. Prophets Of Rage. Five Finger Death Punch. AFI. Alter Bridge. Mastodon. Sum 41. Rob Zombie. Slayer. Opeth. Good Charlotte. The Dead Daisies. Ministry. Airbourne. The names speak for themselves, and perhaps one of the more exciting names this year is Prophets Of Rage: an amalgamation of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and ...

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Review: The Dead Daisies – Make Some Noise

Heavyweight promotion told us to invest our ticket money on the likes of The Kings of Chaos and Hollywood Vampires but The Dead Daisies (featuring people who’ve played with such diverse outfits as Guns N’Roses, Nine Inch Nails, Thin Lizzy, Robert Palmer and the goddamn Rolling Stones) have been sweating their asses off in clubs, at festivals and on star-studded support ...

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The Dead Daisies return for UK tour dates

This summer is set to be busy for stateside rockers, The Dead Daises. The DD will be returning to Europe to perform a series of headline shows in the UK, Ireland and Germany in support of their upcoming SVP release, Make some noise which will be out August 5th 2016. The Dasies have recently announced the addition of Doug Aldrich ...

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Live Review: The Dead Daisies, The Point, Sunderland

“I love this little city you have here!” announces former Motley Crue and RATT vocalist John Corabi. When I name rock icons such as Guns N Roses, Motley Crue, Ozzy Osbourne, Billy Idol and Thin Lizzy – what kind of cities do you think of? LA? New York? Dublin? Tonight the Paradise City is Sunderland – a city musical legends, ...

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The Dead Daisies announce UK dates for December

The Dead Daisies were one of the bands that everyone was talking about at Download Festival, as excitement for this super group has been brewing for a while now. Those that got a chance to see their set at Download raved, a real nostalgic act for some, a new talented group of veteran musicians to others. Fresh from their tour with their ...

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