New York Dolls expand UK tour

Legendary rockers to hit the road this December

New York Dolls expand UK tour
New York Dolls have expanded their tour of the UK by adding four more dates.

Playing in support of their latest album 'Cause I Sez So', the band will now play shows in London, Leamington Spa, Liverpool and Edinburgh.

The band, who got back together in 2004, now consists of just two original members, singer David Johansen and guitarist Sylvain Sylvain, following the death of bassist Arthur 'Killer' Kane.

Released in May, 'Cause I Sez So' was produced by Todd Rundgren who originally produced New York Dolls' 1973 self-titled debut album.

New York Dolls will play:

Cambridge The Junction (December 2)
Bristol Anson Rooms (3)
London HMV Kentish Town Form (4)
Leamington Spa The Leamington (8)
Liverpool O2 Academy (9)
Edinburgh HMV Picture House (10)


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