PARADISE KITTY (LOS ANGELES)
ALL GIRLS… ALL GUNS N’ ROSES
Paradise Kitty is a band of five badass babes born and bred on Guns N’ Roses bombastic 1987 debut, Appetite for Destruction. With serious metal honed chops and raucous reverence for the Sunset Strip warriors that took Hollywood and the world by storm, they are a sexy, smoldering, dead serious tribute that’s out to get GN’R fans far and wide.
Comprised of veteran L.A. based drummer, Rachael Rine, bassist Nikki Stevens, lead guitarist Britt “Lightning” Denaro, rhythm axe Hisako Ozawa and frenetic frontchick, Jenna Syde, Paradise Kitty is poised to kick in your door, blow your roof off, and vandalize your authentic Axl, Slash, Duff, Izzy and Steven-loving hearts.
Welcome to the new goddess infused jungle, boys and girls. Paradise Kitty is coming to your town and it will be effin’ crazy. -Lonn Friend
Paradise Kitty will be appearing at their own headline shows and as headliner of the new ”Rock of Ages” parties launched by Silverback to celebrate everything ’80s rock. Joining Paradise Kitty on their tour will be Australia’s tribute to rock Gods, Poison, the hard working, Poison’Us. The band has been making waves around the country with their authentic and, true to form, tribute to Bret Michaels and gang. You want nostalgia, and nothing but a good time, then these shows were made for you.
Thursday 27 September / Melbourne – Maxx Watts (Public holiday eve)
Rock of Ages: also featuring Looks That Kill – Motley Crue Tribute
Friday 28 September / Adelaide – Fowlers Live
Rock of Ages: also featuring The Australian Motley Crue show
Saturday 29 September / Canberra – The Basement
Sunday 30 September / Sydney – Factory Theatre (Public holiday eve)
Rock of Ages: also featuring Dave Eastgate & Boner Contention
Thursday 4 October / Newcastle – Small Ballroom
Friday 5 October / Brisbane – Woolly Mammoth
Thursday 27 September
Melbourne – Maxx Watts
Friday 28 September
Adelaide – Fowlers Live
Saturday 29 September
Canberra – The Basement
Sunday 30 September
Sydney – Factory Theatre
Thursday 4 October
Newcastle – The Small Ballroom
Friday 5 October
Brisbane – Woolly Mammoth
“Superb musicianship with the looks and attitude to back it all up”.
“They enraptured the entire room”.
“Entertaining & Dynamic”.
“They will blow your mind”.
“The energy never stopped”.Laura Leiff