A new version of The Who classic.
The Dead Daisies
“I feel like the band is really kicking arse right now, and people are responding really well to the new stuff they’ve heard so far.”
The pair are leaving for “a momentous project in 2016.”
Sydney clearly isn’t feeling uptight on a Saturday night as the KISS Army gathers in its battalions outside Allphones Arena. Approximately one in four faces is smeared with black, white and silver warpaint, the flash of smartphone selfies sparkles across Sydney Olympic Park like sequins on Starchild’s shoulder pads, devil horns are raised, demon tongues
Classic rock fans, the kind who probably turned off their local hit music radio station in dismay long ago, can take a break from plumbing the depths of their parents’ old record collections in the hunt for new musical inspiration, because here’s something brand new for a change. Sort-of kind-of Aussie-ish supergroup The Dead Daisies’
Bringing their 40th anniversary tour down under!
International supergroup, The Dead Daisies – comprised of members from New Zealand, Australia and the United States – will be the first international band to tour Cuba since the US relaxed trade restrictions last year. The Dead Daisies will visit the country as guests of the Cuban Ministry of Culture, Institute of Music and the
International rock supergroup The Dead Daisies have announced plans to hit the road again for a number of shows across Australia and New Zealand this November and December, in celebration of the release of second single, Angel In Your Eyes, from their Face I Love EP. The Australian leg of The Dead Daisies tour will
The Dead Daisies have released an interactive short film that puts the life of the protagonist in the palm of your hand. Whether or not this young warrior lives or dies is up to your discretion, with the most popular decision being selected for the official Lock ‘N’ Load music video. Set in a post-apocalyptic