.

Black Star Riders Announce UK and Ireland Spring Tour

09/01/2016
.
Black Star Riders

(Classic Rock) Black Star Riders have announced a UK and Ireland tour for March 2017 with Backyard Babies, Gun and the Amorettes, to follow the release of third album Heavy Fire.

The follow-up to The Killer Instinct is currently being recorded with producer Nick Raskulinecz. Guitarist Scott Gorham says: "It's great to be back with Nick. After such a great job on The Killer Instinct it was a no-brainer to continue the relationship. This album is going to blow everyone away."

Frontman Ricky Warwick says: "It seems like ages since we did the Def Leppard and Whitesnake tour, so we're all really looking forward to be back out on the road.

"Our third album will be out just prior to the dates - it's going to be great to play tracks from that along with favourites from the first two records also. Having my old friends from Backyard Babies, Gun and The Amorettes out with us too is just icing on the cake."

The band have released an announcement video. Watch it and see the tour dates here.

Classic Rock Magazine is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright Classic Rock Magazine- Excerpted here with permission.

advertisement

Black Star Riders Music, DVDs, Books and more

Black Star Riders T-shirts and Posters

More Black Star Riders News

Share this article

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Black Star Riders Stream Full 2015 Rock Hard Festival Performance

Black Star Riders' Ricky Warwick Gives Surgery Recovery Update

Black Star Riders Release 'In The Shadow Of The War Machine' Video

Ricky Warwick Released From Hospital

Black Star Riders' Ricky Warwick Suffers Hospital Setback

Black Star Riders Singer Ricky Warwick Shares Diagnosis

Black Star Riders' Ricky Warwick Recovering From Surgery

Black Star Riders Unplugged Performance Goes Online

Black Star Riders Stream New Song 'Tonight The Moonlight Let Me Down'

Singled Out: Black Star Riders' Ain't The End Of The World