GUS G has been confirmed as main support for the STEEL PANTHER European tour dates, several of which have already sold out!
Gus states: “Really excited to return to European stages with the mighty Steel Panther. Get ready for the big rock show!” Following on from his packed one-off London show in January, Gus now brings his band back to Europe to support the inimitable Steel Panther on their ‘Sunset Strip Live Dates’. These are going to be some storming shows and tickets are selling fast so grab them while you still can!
Feb 05 – Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street Feb 06 – Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street SOLD OUT Feb 07 – Belfast, Ireland – Belfast Waterfront and Ulster Hall Feb 08 – Manchester, UK – Academy SOLD OUT Feb 10 – London, UK – Roundhouse SOLD OUT Feb 11 – Manchester UK – Academy Feb 13– Oberhausen, DE – Turbinenhalle Feb 14 – Amsterdam, NE – Paradiso SOLD OUT Feb 15 – Paris, FR – Bataclan Feb 16 – Torhout, BEL – De Mast Feb 18 – Luxembourg, LU – Den Atelier 19 Feb – Pratteln, CH – Z7
Highly acclaimed guitarist GUS G. released his album “Fearless” earlier in 2018, the successor to 2015’s ‘Brand New Revolution’ and it marked the Firewind mastermind’s first release since exiting Ozzy Osbourne’s band in 2017.
Gus G once again proves to be a phenomenal guitarist on Fearless, presenting technical skills which exclude all possibility of doubt and a compositional talent that allows his fellow musicians to shine. Hard-as-nails metal tracks such as the opener ‘Letting Go’, ‘Mr Manson’, which is driven by a dark bass/guitar riff, and the subsequent melodic ‘Don´t Tread On Me’ immediately propel the new album into the desired direction.
At the same time, the three instrumental songs give listeners an idea of the outstanding talent of the 37-year-old who is easily on a par with George Lynch (‘Mr. Scary’) and Michael Schenker (‘Into The Arena’). “A lot of fans have asked me to record more instrumental tracks. Voilà, here they are,” grins Gus. Last but not least, the successful cover version of the Dire Straits classic ‘Money For Nothing’, which surprises with an unusual change of key after the noteworthy intro, deserves a mention.