July 29, 2010 22:06

New York Dolls announce intimate Newcastle show - ticket details

Legendary group will play The Cluny on September 4

New York Dolls announce intimate Newcastle show - ticket details
New York Dolls have announced details of an intimate Newcastle show at The Cluny on September 4.

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.

Also set to appear at this year's Rebellion Festival in Blackpool in August, the group will also play two previously confirmed Scottish dates in Edinburgh and Inverness.

New York Dolls will play:

Blackpool Rebellion Festival (August 5-8)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (27)
Inverness The Ironworks (28)
Newcastle The Cluny (September 4)


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