TONY IOMMI's Daughter To Open For MONSTER MAGNET In Wolverhampton

LUNARMILE (Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3), the British band featuring frontwoman Toni-Marie (daughter of BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi) and bassist bassist Alex Hill (son of JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill), have landed a support slot for stoner rock band MONSTER MAGNET. The gig will take place this Saturday night, March 4 at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton, U.K. [UPDATE: The gig has since been called off after MONSTER MAGNET cancelled their entire European tour.] The band are also set to perform an acoustic set at London's Hard Rock Cafe on March 8, to be followed by a full live set immediately after at the LSE (London School of Economics). Both of these London gigs are Gibson/BMI-sponsored events, with the BBC also having involvment in the LSE gig.

Check out an audio sample of the LUNARMILE track "I Know" at this location.

For more information on LUNARMILE, visit www.lunarmile.com.

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