The Dead Daisies Streaming New Song 'Last Time I Saw The Sun': The Dead Daisies News

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On Thursday The Dead Daisies Streaming New Song 'Last Time I Saw The Sun' was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) The Dead Daisies, featuring former members of Motley Crue and Whitesnake, have streamed their track Last Time I Saw The Sun. It's taken from Make Some Noise, their third album, which is released on August 5 via SPV.

Vocalist John Corabi says of the track, which was inspired by drummer Brian Tichy: "Lyrically it's about being on the road - all this stuff of checking in and out of hotels, and stages, and people you meet."

Ex Motley Crue man Corabi is joined in the band by Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy) and Tichy (Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake) plus bassist David Lowy.

The frontman recently told Classic Rock: "The thing about this band is that because we're based all over the world, guys drop in and out for certain tours. Doug's already right at home, and he had a ton of great ideas for this record - as did everybody.

"A lot of the guys on that list just filled in for a show or two when somebody had prior commitments. This is the easiest-going band I've ever been in. But now there's a core band, and if schedules permit this is the line-up we'll be taking forward." Stream the song - here.


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