Hard rockers The Dead Daisies have announced dates for their first-ever North American headlining tour. The late-summer outing comes in support of their forthcoming album Live & Louder, which will be released on May 19.
The 12-date trek, which has been aptly named The Dirty Dozen Tour, gets underway on August 10 in Chicago and runs through an August 27 show in Las Vegas.
Live & Louder was recorded late last year, while The Dead Daisies were promoting their third and latest studio album, Make Some Noise. The new release will be available in multiple formats. You can check out the band’s performance of “Song and a Prayer” from the new live album at the group’s official YouTube channel.
The Dead Daisies are fronted by ex-Mötley Crüe vocalist John Corabi and also feature three former members of Whitesnake: guitarist Doug Aldrich, bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer Brian Tichy. Rounding out the lineup is guitarist David Lowy, who previously played with Australian rock acts Mink and Red Phoenix.
Prior to the band’s North American trek, The Dead Daisies have tour dates lined up in Europe, Japan and South America.
Here are all of the dates on The Dirty Dozen Tour:
8/10 — Chicago, IL, Arcada Theatre
8/11 — Detroit, MI, The Shelter – Saint Andrew’s Hall
8/12 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Lee’s Palace
8/16 — Asbury Park, NJ, House of Independence
8/17 — New York, NY, Highline Ballroom
8/18 — Baltimore, MD, Rams Head Live
8/19 — Atlanta, GA, Masquerade
8/20 — Nashville, TN, The Basement East
8/23 — Dallas, TX, Gas Monkey
8/25 — Los Angeles, CA, El Rey Theatre
8/26 — San Diego, CA, House of Blues
8/27 — Las Vegas, NV, Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar & Grill
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