New York Dolls announce one-off London show – ticket details

Legendary group will play KOKO on April 19

New York Dolls announce one-off London show – ticket details
The New York Dolls have announced details of a one-off London show at KOKO on April 19.

The gig will be in support of their 2009 album 'Cause I Sez So', produced by Todd Rundgren, who also helmed their 1973 self-titled debut album.

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

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