MEETING OF THE ROCK GIANTS
They played with Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Dio, Whitesnake, Billy Idol, Foreigner and many other successful bands. When Australian guitarist, businessman and former aerobatic pilot David Lowy puts together a band, only the biggest names on the rock scene are considered. The current line-up of his start group The Dead Daisies includes Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass), Doug Aldrich (guitar) and Brian Tichy (drums). On July 27, the celebrated quartet will come to Pratteln with new songs to celebrate 10 years of The Dead Daisies with us at Z7.
On January 22, 2021, The Dead Daisies have already released their fifth studio album in nine years with "Holy Ground". The personnel change to vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes, replacing John Corabi and Marco Mendoza in personal union, brought a breath of fresh air and revived the Dead Daisies. The band's signature remained the same: hard rock and metal with plenty of '80s vibe. The album climbed to number 3 in the Swiss charts and the German Metal Hammer stated: "The most beautiful thing about these songs is that they are sonically fat, but completely shit on the zeitgeist. Classic Rock as it will still be known and heard in a hundred years, freed from all the modern ballast that sometimes drives musicians and record companies around. In terms of quality, The Dead Daisies will live up to their reputation in 2021."
Actually, the band with the highly acclaimed current work should have already performed in Zurich on March 3, 2022, but once again the spring tour had to be postponed. So the musicians use the time to work on a successor to "Holy Ground" with returnee Brian Tichy, who already worked on the skins with The Dead Daisies from 2014 to 2019. Finally, starting in June, the top-class foursome will be on the road for a summer tour through Europe. With Hellfest and Grasspop Metal Meeting, two of the biggest festivals are on the schedule, plus shows as special guests of Judas Priest and Whitesnake. And of course we are especially looking forward to the gig at Z7 for an exclusive club show in Switzerland.
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