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John Corabi Returns to The Dead Daisies: “The Fun is Back!”

The Dead Daisies - John Corabi is back! Find out why he left and how the band is marking their 10-year anniversary with A Decade Of Rock. Read more on MetalTalk Interview: @rock_pixs Photo: @robert_sutton_photography @thedeaddaisies @johncorabiofficial

Saturday night’s alright for rock ‘n’ roll with The Dead Daisies in Dublin

The Dead Daisies - Graham Bonnet Band - The Academy, Dublin - 10 December 2022. The Dead Daisies are a relentless ball of energy who continues to inject new life into rock music. Long may they bloom. Words: @brian_boyle_72 Photography: @carlforanphotography @thedeaddaisies @grahambonnetofficial @academydublin

The Dead Daisies celebrate David Lowy being Born To Fly

The Dead Daisies, back in the UK this December, have released the single Born To Fly, backed with a high-altitude video, celebrating guitarist David Lowy's love of flying. @thedeaddaisies Photo: @rock_pixs

Competition / Win The Dead Daisies ticket and merch bundles

Competition. The Dead Daisies hit the UK this December in support of their new album Radiance. MetalTalk has two ticket and merch bundles to give away. @thedeaddaisies

The Dead Daisies / “When we go to Ireland, we’re gonna sit in an Irish bar,” Brian Tichy says

The Dead Daisies will have released the fabulous Radiance. Just ahead of the release of the album, I caught up with the collective's drummer Brian Tichy. Interview: @hutchie224 @thedeaddaisies @briantichydrums

Album of the Week / The Dead Daisies Radiance is pure hard rock magnificence

No disrespect to the army of past members, but The Dead Daisies have gone from being a reliant Volvo to a fuck off Aston Martin. Radiance is pure hard rock magnificence. @douglasaldrichguitar @thedeaddaisies @glennhughesonline Words: @brian_boyle_72 Photography: @rock_pixs

The Dead Daisies joined by FM and Graham Bonnet on Radiance UK Winter Tour

The Dead Daisies eight-date UK Winter Tour will begin on 3 December in Nottingham, running to 13 December in Bristol. Support from FM and the Graham Bonnet Band. @thedeaddaisies Photo: @rock_pixs

Glenn Hughes takes Covid-19 tour break from The Dead Daisies

Glenn Hughes misses European remaining shows with The Dead Daisies as he has tested positive for Covid-19. Yogi Lonich will cover bass, Dino Jelusick vocals.@thedeaddaisies Photo: @rock_pixs

LIVE – Hellfest 2022, Heavy Metal Festival of the year

Hellfest 2022 returns with a marathon double Heavy Metal edition featuring 350 artists on six stages over an extended weekend.This is the MetalTalk live blog.

The Dead Daisies / Glenn Hughes floors you on Daisyland Live version of Burn

The Dead Daisies have released their euphoric run through of Burn as the fourth Live From Daisyland EP track, recorded in Nottingham on their remarkable 2021 UK tour."We look forward to playing it this year with Brian Tichy on drums," Doug Aldrich says. @thedeaddaisies @glennhughesonline @douglasaldrichguitar Photo: @rock_pixs

David Lowy / Daisyland’s Long Way To Go has “great significance to the world’s predicaments”

Long Way To Go is the third Live From Daisyland single."It's a hard-driving rock and roll track with great significance to the world's predicaments today," David Lowy said. Photo: @rock_pixs @thedeaddaisies @douglasaldrichguitar @glennhughesonline

The Dead Daisies release second live track from Nottingham

The Dead Daisies have released Bustle And Flow (Live From Daisyland), the second track from their Nottingham Rock City gig last year.The band hit mainland Europe later this year.@thedeaddaisies @douglasaldrichguitar @glennhughesonline

The Dead Daisies / Rise Up, Live From Daisyland, a splendid memory of recent tour

Rise Up (Live From Daisyland) is the first of four live tracks released from The Dead Daisies. The song was recorded at Rock City, Nottingham, on their recent tour. @thedeaddaisies @douglasaldrichguitar @glennhughesonline Photo: @rock_pixs

Tommy Clufetos steps away from The Dead Daisies, Brian Tichy returns

The Dead Daisies have welcomed back Brian Tichy to the band. He replaces Tommy Clufetos, who has stepped away from the band to pursue his solo projects. Photo: Clufetos in London, November 2021. @thedeaddaisies

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