The Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun Announced

The Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun Announced

The Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun Announced. 

The Bad Flowers are Out of the Starting Blocks as the announce Starting Gun there debut album following on from the release of Thunder Child as a single – We love the sound over at Bluesdoodles Tower – check out what we thought HERE  and listen below.  A brilliant opening track for the anticipated album Starting Gun out 16th February 2018

Following the September release of their recent single Thunder Child, The Bad Flowers were named as one of Planet Rock Radio’s “Ones To Watch”.  Thunder Childthe first single taken from the Starting Gun, gained heavy airplay described by the station as “pure, dynamic, riff-heavy rock ‘n’ roll delivered with passion and prowess.”

 

Midlands based hard rock band, The Bad Flowers, are set to release their debut studio album Starting Gun on Friday 16th of February 2018. The album is a follow-up to 2016’s self-titled EP and shows the great progression of songwriting and musicianship of The Bad Flowers over the past two years.

To dovetail the release of the debut album, The Bad Flowers will be special guests on Stone Broken’s nationwide 12 date UK tour that starts on Thursday 22nd of February at The Haunt BrightonThe tour also includes an appearance at Planet Rock’s Winters End Festival.

More about the Tour and links to Tickets HERE

 

Order the Bad Flowers CD, T-shirt, red vinyl and drum head bundlesThe Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun Announced

An exclusive pre-sale of Starting Gun will begin on November 10th 2017 via the band website HERE.This includes the limited edition signed red vinyl edition of the album, exclusive t-shirts only available for pre-orders and hand-drawn, and signed, and numbered personalised drum heads.

 

 

The Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun AnnouncedThe Bad Flowers deliver rock that grabs attention. Introducing the trio that creates exciting music – Tom Leighton (Vocals & Guitar); Dale Tonks (Bass); Karl Selickis (Drums).

Tom, talking about making the  album said “There’s all out songs with monster riffs and big chorus’ down to a song with just one acoustic guitar and vocals and plenty in between, I think this album will show that we have more than one trick up our sleeve and I’m really excited for people to hear what we have made”.

 

The Bad Flowers Debut Album Starting Gun Announced

 

Joe Satriani Touring England With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth

Joe Satriani Touring England With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth

G3 2018
JOE SATRIANI, JOHN PETRUCCI (DREAM THEATER)
& ULI JON ROTH (FORMERLY OF SCORPIONS)

 Joe Satriani Touring England With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth

UK TOUR STARTS TUESDAY APRIL 24th 2018

G3 2018 APRIL UK TOUR
JOE SATRIANI, JOHN PETRUCCI (DREAM THEATER) ULI JON ROTH (FORMERLY OF SCORPIONS)

24-HOUR TICKET PRE-SALE FROM 9 AM THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9th FROM PLANET ROCK HERE

TICKETS: £35 – £45
PLATINUM TICKETS: £60 (FIRST 10 ROWS)
Plus Limited Ultimate and VIP Meet & Greet Packages

Tickets on sale to the general public from 9am on Friday November 10th via www.ticketline.co.uk or from the venues direct

TICKETS – £35 – £45 / PLATINUM TICKETS – £60 (FIRST 10 ROWS) Plus Limited Ultimate and VIP Meet & Greet Packages

Joe Satriani Touring England With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth – G3  APRIL 2018 

 

Tuesday, April 24              Southend Cliffs Pavilion 

Wednesday, April 25       London Eventim Apollo

Thursday, April 26             Bristol Colston Hall

Friday, April 27                   Manchester Apollo

Sunday, April 29                Portsmouth Guildhall

Monday, April 30              Birmingham Symphony Hall

G3 equals three guitarists!  They will each perform their own set, followed by a massive jam at the end of the show.

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World-renowned guitar virtuoso, Joe Satriani, announces the release of his 16th solo album, What Happens Next, set for release, January 12, 2018 on Sony/Legacy Recordings.

 

Satriani’s new, instrumentally electrifying album features a power trio of legendary status; Satriani on guitar and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee bassist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple/Black Country Communion) and drummer Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), the latter reuniting with Satriani for the first time since their work in the supergroup Chickenfoot.

Satriani is once again joined by producer/engineer/mixer Mike Fraser, his frequent collaborator over the last 20 years, on What Happens Next. Fraser is well-known for recording/mixing every AC/DC album since 1990’s The Razors Edge along with his classic works with Satriani going back to the release of Crystal Planet in 1998.

The new tracks vibrate the soul with an energy rarely found these days. From the dynamic opening track, Energy, to the majestic crunch of Thunder High on the Mountain, and the easy, sensual chords of Smooth Soul. This unparalleled rock-rhythm section gives What Happens Next a depth of groove that sets it apart from Satriani’s previous work.

Joe Satriani Touring England  With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth

Lookout for Bluesdoodles review of the album coming soon!

Joe Satriani Touring England  With John Petrucci Uli Jon Roth