The Dead Daisies – Prepare to ‘Lock ‘n’ Load’ with Slash!

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Today, Aussie rock supergroup The Dead Daisies launch their new single, ‘Lock ‘n’ Load’ on iTunes, which can be streamed right here, right now! This brand new song is a collaboration with none other than the legendary Slash, whose trademark guitar riffs perfectly compliment Jon Steven’s signature voice, making ‘Lock ‘n’ Load’ the perfect introduction to this new rock sensation.

“Slash and I wrote ‘Lock ‘N’ Load’ which was recorded with Simon Horsford, and John Fields, who produced The Dead Daisies album.
Slash loves the song and the album, and is really happy with the way they have turned out. He doesn’t just play on anyone’s album… this is a labour
of love.” – Jon Stevens

 

The Dead Daisies will soon be touring Australia and New Zealand! Dates below.

April 24 –  Forsyth Barr Stadium w/Aerosmith – Dunedin, New Zealand    

April 28 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl w/Aerosmith – Melbourne, Australia

May 01 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre w/Aerosmith – Brisbane, Australia

May 04 – Rod Laver Arena w/Aerosmith – Melbourne, Australia

The Dead Daisies have recently updated their line-up and now consist of Jon Stevens (Noiseworks) on vocals, Richard Fortus (Guns N Roses) on bass, Charley Drayton (Cold Chisel, Divinyls) on drums, Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy) on guitar, David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink, The Angels) on guitar and Clayton Doley (Harry Manx, Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges) on keyboards.

 

Listen to The Dead Daisies: https://soundcloud.com/thedeaddaisies

Watch The Dead Daisies in Rehearsals: https://youtube.com/thedeaddaisies

Website: https://www.thedeaddaisies.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedeaddaisies

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedeaddaisies

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