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L.A. GUNS – ‘Another Xmas In Hell’ : New EP Out Now

L.A. GUNS feat. PHIL LEWIS & TRACII GUNS ANOTHER XMAS IN HELL  New digital EP out now Includes covers of songs by The Damned / Ramones / Slade / BIlly Squier   Plus a special guest appearance by William Shatner Just in time for the holiday season and, more importantly, Christmas …

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This really is a huge one for the HRH family – the very best in sleaze rock all under one roof for a weekend of bands and booze over the 29th and 30th of August 2020! Tickets here: http://www.hrhsleaze.com/product-category/sleaze-4 HRH Sleaze Cycle IV has gone into overdrive – we are bringing you one …

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L.A Guns – Craufurd arms, Milton Keynes – 5th September 2018

First up tonight was Stone trigger from Dublin. They’re a great fit for the tour with their sleaze/hard rock sound. Despite being on quite early there’s already a good sized crowd before they start, and It got busier and busier as their set went on. It’s a sign of how …

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L.A. Guns – Birdwell Venue, Barnsley: 28th May 2016

Birdwell Venue is a former Working Mans Club on the outskirts of Barnsley South Yorkshire with good transport links, situated just off the M1, it’s easy to find and a has large car park. It’s a reasonable sized venue with a capacity of 350 seated, possibly more if the seats …

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Gunzo – Club Academy, Manchester: 13th September 2015

As the nights start drawing in and evenings are getting dark earlier we head into a busy season for gig goers. The thirteenth, unlucky for some and what would otherwise, have been a quiet Sunday night in September, brought Gunzo to Club Academy in Manchester. Gunzo, not to be confused …

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L.A Guns, The Classic Grand, Glasgow 21/06/2011 (GIG)

After a slight line up change, opening tonight’s gig where local lads, Tragic City Thieves. I had heard of them however never seen them live and the guys did a great set. Def worth checking out, especially if you like the Glam meets Deathpunk style music. Next up were Venrez …

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