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Love/Hate Planning Blackout '13 Tour

12/27/2012
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Jizzy Pearl has put together a new version of Love/Hate and announced tour dates for their 'Blackout '13' tour.

The group announced a string of UK tour dates for the trek, two California dates and also stated that more US Dates will be announced next month.

The current lineup features guitarist Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper, Slash's Snakepit), bassist Robbie Crane (Ratt, Lynch Mob) and drummer Matt Starr (Ace Frehley).

Kelli sent out a Christmas email to fans which said, "Through March and April I will be joining my brothers in ROQ Jizzy Pearl, Robbie Crane and Matt Star as we do battle with the diehard Love/Hate fans in the UK. Would really like to see you ALL out on these special shows, as you know we don't do them often."

The band posted this information on their Facebook: Love/Hate first went to Ireland in 1991 with Skid Row. Northern Ireland was at that time still an unstable place and most bands would not go there but we did. Sebastian was told not to say anything remotely political on stage but of course he did. Next time was with Adler's Appetite and the barbed wire and machine gun nests were replaced with organic coffee bars and red-headed lovelys. All of us are looking forward to going back there again.

See the tour flyer with the dates here.

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