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Myles Kennedy Revisits Tour Memories For The Great Beyond Video

Friday, 19 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Myles Kennedy has released a video for The Great Beyond.

The track is lifted from his debut solo album, 'Year of the Tiger', which arrived in March, while the video drops on the heels of completing a US tour with Slash and the Conspirators.

The black and white clip sees Kennedy revisiting various performances on his sold out summer tour of Europe, which saw him play solo material live for the first time with his backing band, Tim Tourinier on bass and Zias Uddin on drums.





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