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California Breed And Twenty Two Hundred To Support Slash On UK Tour

Monday, 23 June 2014 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: California Breed by Joe Lester

California Breed and Twenty Two Hundred will support Slash on his upcoming UK tour.

California Breed, which consists of Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Andrew Watt, released their self-titled debut last month, while Aussie rockers Twenty Two Hundred released their debut, 'Carnaval De Vénus', in early 2013.

Slash and the Conspirators, featuring vocalist Myles Kennedy, bassist Brent Fitz and drummer Todd Kerns, release their new album 'World on Fire', Slash's third solo record and follow up to 2012's 'Apocalyptic Love', on September 15. A full UK headline tour follows in November.

Slash Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Mon November 10 2014 - DUBLIN O2
Fri November 28 2014 - MANCHESTER Phones 4u Arena
Sat November 29 2014 - LEEDS first direct Arena
Mon December 01 2014 - BIRMINGHAM LG Arena
Tue December 02 2014 - LONDON SSE Arena Wembley
Thu December 04 2014 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro

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