Rock’n’Roll like this is a rarity these days: dirty, passionate, full of anger
and lust for life, without irony or distance. – Rolling Stone, Germany

Since exploding onto the scene in 2013, The Dead Daisies have taken the rock music world by storm, releasing four studio and one live album to date whilst touring with some of the biggest names in Rock including: ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Judas Priest, KISS, Whitesnake, Def Leppard and the Hollywood Vampires.

With stellar musicianship and pulverizing live shows, fans worldwide are discovering that rock is indeed alive and well.

The current incarnation of The Dead Daisies features guitarist Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), singer John Corabi (Mötley Crüe, The Scream), bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake), drummer Deen Castronovo (Journey, Bad English, Hardline), and rhythm guitarist David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink).

In an era where Rock has been proclaimed dead time and time again, The Daisies defy the critics with ease.

Their studio-album, three years later, ‘Make Some Noise’ smashed straight into 23 music charts around the world with the title track ‘Make Some Noise’ being featured in a prominent campaign with the New York Yankees, the Arizona Cardinals and NASCAR. They were the first American Rock Band back into Cuba after the embargo was lifted in 2015, toured South Korea with the USO and played a momentous, massive Concert for Peace at Woodstock Poland with a 60-piece-Orchestra in front of over 300.000 people.

During a series of Sold Out shows across the UK & Europe, the band recorded their first live album, “Live & Louder”, which was released in conjunction with a series of shows the following year with nothing but the highest praise from music press and fans alike.

The end of 2017 saw the band head to Nashville to record their 4th studio album with producer Marti Frederiksen at the helm. ‘Burn It Down’ was released five months later on April 6th, after which the band embarked on a massive World Tour kicking it off with Sold Out shows in venues across the UK and playing to packed houses in Europe.

With the first single ‘Rise Up’ climbing charts worldwide and hitting the Top 40 in the US, The
Dead Daisies followed up with the release of their new single and video ‘Dead And Gone’ on June
22. The amazing zombie-infested video and single received a massive response (third track off
the album making it straight to Planet Rock UK’s highly coveted A-List) and landing on playlists in the US, Japan, Sth America, UK and Europe. June also saw amazing shows in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya where the band’s Japanese fans commitment and enthusiasm are second to none.

July saw the band play a series of gigantic Festival & Headline shows across Europe and the UK, as well as stadiums with The Scorpions & Guns N’ Roses. DaisyLand was also launched where the guys played intimate acoustic shows for the first 50 people at each venue. The fans and band loved it so much, this is now something they do wherever & whenever they get the chance.

With the USA being home to everyone, The Dead Daisies were excited to tour North America in the late summer with Special Guests Dizzy Reed’s (GnR) “Hookers & Blow”. The DaisyLand Acoustic Sessions proved a hit at Guitar Center stores across the country, top-level Music Stores in Canada and the Bartels Harley-Davidson dealership in Los Angeles, all of which cemented the band’s reputation as a true “people’s band”!

‘Can’t Take It With You’ released on October 12 and launched on Planet Rock, while the band recharged their batteries, in readiness to hit the highs seas for the third time on the epic KISS Kruise VIII for Halloween.
The European winter will see the band return to dry land for the Daisyland Winter Tour playing at Hard Rock Hell, Monstersfest, WinterStorm Rock Festival and Planet Rockstock as well as a series of headline shows in O2 Academy venues across the UK, finishing up what has been an amazing 2018 with headline dates across Europe.


Rock is indeed alive and well!!!


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