Rescheduled Dates Announced For Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Etc. Australian Tour

Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Rose Tattoo, and Electric Mary have postponed their Australian tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek will now take place in early 2021. Here’s the dates:

02/16 Perth, AUS – HBF Stadium
02/19 Adelaide, AUS – Bonython Park
02/20 Mornington, AUS – Hastings Foreshore Reserve
02/21 Yarrawonga, AUS – Yarrawonga Showgrounds
02/24 Sydney, AUS – Hordern Pavilion
02/26 Wollongong, AUS – Stuart Park
02/27 Newcastle, AUS – Foreshore Park
02/28 Gosford, AUS – The Entertainment Grounds
03/03 Melbourne, AUS – The Timber Yard
03/06 Brisbane, AUS – Brisbane Riverstage
03/07 Bribie Island, AUS – Sandstone Point Hotel

Alice Cooper, Saxon, Skid Row, Etc. Set For 2021 Monsters Of Rock Cruise

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2021 Monsters Of Rock cruise. The cruise, which will take place on February 8-13, will set sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and it will make stops in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic and Labadee, Haiti. Here’s the confirmed artists: Alice Cooper, Crazy Lixx, Eclipse, Kix, L.A. Guns, Lit, Loudness, Michael Monroe, Pat Travers, Pink Cream 69, Rose Tattoo, Saxon, Skid Row, Tom Keifer, and XYZ.

Lineup Revealed For 2020 Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival

The lineup has been revealed for the 2020 Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival. The event will take place on May 21-25 in Downtown Las Vegas and it will feature the following: Madness, Circle Jerks, Cock Sparrer, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Streetlight Manifesto, Lunachicks, The Adicts, Propaghandi, Avail, Stiff Little Fingers, Rose Tattoo, Ruts DC, G.B.H., Municipal Waste, Anti-Flag, The Lawrence Arms, The Bronx, Roy Ellis, Good Riddance, The Aggrolites, HO99O9, The Epoxies, Plague Vendor, Pears, The Flatlines, Bishops Green, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Bridge City Sinner, The Bar Stool Preachers, Bad Waitress, Clowns, The Last Gang, Single Mothers, Decent Criminal, L.A. Machina, The Linecutters, Anger Flares, Side Eyes, Babe Patrol, Dee Skusting & The Rodents, and Sick. In addition to the music, the festival will also feature a bowling tournament, comedy shows, after parties, and pool parties.

Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Etc. Announce Australian Tour

Live, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, Rose Tattoo, and Electric Mary will be hitting the road on the “Under The Southern Stars Tour” in Australia. The trek will take place in April and it will feature a carnival atmosphere.

Tour Dates:

04/03 Tuncurry, AUS – Peter Barclay Field
04/04 Parramatta, AUS – The Crescent
04/05 Gosford, AUS – The Entertainment Grounds
04/09 Wollongong, AUS – Stuart Park
04/11 Hastings, AUS – Hastings Foreshore Reserve
04/12 Yarrawonga, AUS – Showgrounds
04/13 Adelaide, AUS – Bonython Park
04/15 Perth, AUS – HBF Stadium (with Figurehead) (no Rose Tattoo and Electric Mary)
04/17 Sunshine Coast, AUS – Sunshine Coast Stadium
04/18 Brisbane, AUS – River Stage
04/19 Newcastle, AUS – Foreshore Park

Rose Tattoo’s Angry Anderson Says AC/DC Are Working On A New Album With Axl Rose (Guns N’ Roses)

After Brian Johnson left AC/DC’s “Rock Or Bust” tour due to hearing issues, the band recruited Axl Rose (Guns N’ Roses) to finish the trek, and ever since then, fans have wondered if the group will continue with a new lineup featuring Rose on vocals. Now, during an interview with The Rock Pit, Rose Tattoo’s Angry Anderson said Angus Young is actually working on a new album with Rose. Anderson said the following:

“I was talking to Angus earlier last year when we were opening for Guns N’ Roses – Angus and I were asked to do the encores and I said to him, ‘What are you going to do?’ and he said, ‘Mate I’m writing a new album.’ I thought, ‘Cool,’ so I asked him who was in the band and he said, ‘Axl.'”

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Angus Young (AC/DC) & Angry Anderson (Rose Tattoo) Join Guns N’ Roses Onstage At Second Sydney, Australia Show

During their February 11 show in Sydney, Australia, Guns N’ Roses were joined onstage by Angus Young once again for some covers of AC/DC’s “Riff Raff” and “Whole Lotta Rosie.” The band also welcomed Angry Anderson onstage for a cover of Rose Tattoo’s “Nice Boys.”