April 29, 2009 19:28

The Zombies, Yardbirds, Spencer Davis Group for US shows

Rock Royalty tour set for this summer

The Zombies, Yardbirds, Spencer Davis Group for US shows
The Zombies, The Yardbirds and Spencer Davis Group have announced a run of shows set to take place in the US this summer.

The three legendary acts are part of the Rock Royalty tour which kicks off on June 26 in San Diego.

The bands will perform two shows in July on the East Coast, with one in Westbury, NY on July 9 and another at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on July 10.

The details are:

San Diego, CA, Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay (June 26)
Westbury, NY, The Capital One Bank Theatre At Westbury (July 9)
New York, NY, Hammerstein Ballroom (10)

--By our New York staff.
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