Fri April 21st at Fish Head Cantina!
L.A. GUNS W/Tracii Guns And Phil Lewis
Love in Vein
Ghost Of War
Tickets now on sale at Fishheadcantina.com
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE… AFTER 15 YEARS, L.A. GUNS (PHIL LEWIS AND TRACII GUNS) REUNITE FOR 2017 ALBUM AND LIVE PERFORMANCES!!!
In a year that has seen reunions that were said could never happen, L.A. GUNS have saved the best for last by closing out 2016 with a bombshell… band leaders PHIL LEWIS and TRACII GUNS decided that special year end performances such as September’s Hair Nation Festival in Los Angeles for thousands of fans along with their explosive set at the Cathouse 30th Anniversary show on the Sunset Strip once again sparked the unmistakable chemistry that earned L.A. GUNS acclaim from their explosion onto the 80’s metal scene until they went their separate ways 15 years ago.
2017 brings back the classic L.A. GUNS sound that fans know and love, with Lewis and Guns not only returning to the road for their first full blown tour in over a decade but also new music for the first time since 2002! Rounding out the lineup are longtime L.A. GUNS collaborators guitarist Michael Grant, bassist Johnny Martin and drummer Shane Fitzgibbon.
The new album to be released on Frontiers Records features material that brings a long awaited return to the classic formula that made L.A. GUNS among the most beloved and critically acclaimed bands to rule the heyday of Metal, and the select 2016 live shows have proven that the upcoming tour will feature Lewis, Guns and the rest of the band delivering the smash hits such as “The Ballad of Jayne,” “Rip and Tear,” “No Mercy,” “Never Enough” plus many more performed the way they are supposed to be and by the key songwriters themselves!
«When you put Phil and I together, that's the sound of L.A. GUNS. There's no way around that!” says TRACII GUNS regarding the reunion. “ Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns, the band's gotta be L.A. GUNS. It can't be anything else.»
PHIL LEWIS adds “I want to say thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart. What's the point of making records or playing shows if you don't have fans for feedback, and I