Achtung Rock'n'roll Outlaws! The bad boys of rock, Rose Tattoo are heading your way. The Tatts will be touring Australia in June prior to jetting off to Europe. This tour sees Geordie Leach returning to the Rose Tattoo fold of Angry Anderson, Pete Wells, Mick Cocks and Paul Demarco. Geordie replaces bassplayer Ian Rilen who perfored on last year's national "All Hell Breaks loose" tour. Sydneysiders will still get the chance to see Ian when his own lassic band "X" supports Rose Tattoo at the Metro.
After a short warm up run blasting Australian ears, Rose Tattoo will turn their speakers towards Germany. There they'll be performing at the premier outdoor festivals with Germany's most successful band Böhse Unkelz with guests such as Danzig and other international rock icons. The shows include Mannheim, Dortmund and Berlin and for a finale the Tatts will be special guests for German Bike Week, Europe's largest bike rally and bike show. Obviously, since reforming a year ago Rose Tattoo is slowly rebuilding its international following. Germany is the first big step. Others will follow.
"We've got a strong following in Germany, news filtered over there that we'd reformed, when a German promoter approached us to co-headline at the summer festivals how could we refuse!". explains lead singer Angry Anderson.
Take some time out this June to cure those winter blues with the intensity of the hard rocking Rose Tattoo remedy.
JUNE 1999 TOUR DATES
New South Wales
Tues 15 Central Coast Leagues Club, Gosford Wed 16 St Mary's Band Club, Sydney Thur 17 Newcastle Workers, Newcastle Fri 18 Shellharbour Workers Club, Wollongong Sat 19 Metro, Sydney Sun 20 Fairfield RSL Club, Sydney
Tues 22 Mercury Lounge, Melbourne Wed 23 Hallam Hotel, Melbourne Thur 24 Berri Resort Hotel, Berri Fri 25 The Edge, Mildura Sat 26 Bridgeway Hotel, Adelaide Sun 27 Flinders Uni, Adelaide
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