Supported by punk veterans The Hard-Ons.
And it wasn’t the night’s only surprise cameo…
Get in the ring motherf*ckers.
Former Rose Tattoo drummer Paul DeMarco will remain behind bars after a judge denied him bail on the grounds that his release would pose a risk to the community, following his arrest for alleged involvement in an illegal gun syndicate, earlier this year. DeMarco was charged in April, alongside former bikie gang senior Sam Ibrahim
Former Notorious bikie gang senior Sam Ibrahim, his sister Maha, and Paul DeMarco, drummer for iconic Australian rock outfit Rose Tattoo have been arrested for their involvement in an alleged illegal firearms ring operating out of western Sydney, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. Ibrahim, who is the older brother of Kings Cross nightclub owner and
After a battle with cancer, Neil Smith, whose name is associated with 2 of Australia’s most iconic rock bands – AC/DC and Rose Tattoo – has passed away. Smith’s family announced the news on the musician’s official Facebook page this weekend. Smith enjoyed a stint with Acca Dacca back in 1974, but jumped ship prior