NEW YORK DOLLS To Tour Australia, New Zealand In The Spring

NEW YORK DOLLS has lined up the following dates in Australia/New Zealand during March/April:

Mar. 24 - Auckland, NZ @ St James
Mar. 26 - Melbourne, AUS @ Hi Fi Bar
Mar. 28 - Sydney, AUS @ The Metro
Mar. 29 - Brisbane, AUS @ Tivoli
Mar. 31 - Sydney, AUS @ V Festival
Apr. 01 - Gold Coast, AUS @ V Festival
Apr. 03 - Adelaide, AUS @ Memorial Drive
Apr. 04 - Melbourne, AUS @ Myer Music Bowl

NEW YORK DOLLS last fall completed Little Steven's Underground Garage Tour. The DOLLS, who recently marked their return after an extended hiatus with the critically acclaimed album "One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This", crisscrossed the country with THE SUPERSUCKERS in support. This tour marked the first full headlining tour the band has done in over 30 years.

NEW YORK DOLLS consists of original members David Johansen (vocals) and Sylvain Sylvain (guitar) with Steve Conte (guitar), Sami Yaffa (bass), Brian Delaney (drums) and Brian Koonin (piano).


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