Dizzy's coming to Sydney - will he play Gnocchi on Heaven's Door? (that's enough puns - Ed.)
Launching his album in Sydney with one Australian show only, Dizzy Reed will be performing at Frankie’s Pizza on Sunday, 18 February, with support from local artists including The Kids, who will launch their debut single, School, that night.
Due to popular demand globally, Guns N’ Roses keyboardist, Dizzy Reed has also announced that the release of his 2018 debut solo album, Rock ‘n Roll Ain’t Easy, will now be made available on digital platforms worldwide via Golden Robot Records on Friday, 16 February, the same day as the scheduled physical and digital release in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
Rock ‘n Roll Ain’t Easy is twelve tracks of rock (or thirteen, if you download the digital version, which comes with a bonus track!) with Reed uniting with fellow members of Guns N’ Roses, along with some other greats, including players from W.A.S.P., Quiet Riot, Psychedelic Furs, Thin Lizzy, No Doubt, The Replacements, Queens of the Stone Age, and more.
The first single, This Don’t Look Like Vegas, was lifted from the album for release in November and has received rave reviews worldwide, prompting the decision to go global digitally with the solo record. The track was written by Dizzy Reed, Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, The Almighty, Black Star Riders) and Del James, features Warwick and Mayuko Okai on guitar, with fellow Gunner, Richard Fortus (Guns N’ Roses, Psychedelic Furs, Thin Lizzy), bringing the guitar solo. Mike Dupke’s (W.A.S.P.) on drums, Mike Duda (W.A.S.P.) supplies bass, with Reed on lead vocals, piano, shaker and tambourine, and backing vocals from Nadja Reed, Chela Johnson and Del James.
DIZZY REED ALBUM LAUNCH
Sunday, 18 February – Frankie’s Pizza – Sydney
Doors 4pm – Free Entry
Supported by: The Velvet Addiction, The Kids (single launch), The Desert Sea, Two Headed Dog, Junior Danger, A Basket of Mammoths