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      L.A. Guns got their start on Los Angeles ' Sunset Strip more than 15 years ago. The band was formed in 1986 and signed with Polygram Records in 1987, recording their first album that summer. This first album, titled “L.A. Guns”, went on to sell 750,000 copies and earned the band its first gol... read more

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      Sep 27 Liquid Joes Salt Lake City, Utah
      Oct 4 The Rose Pasadena, California
      Oct 5 The Canyon Montclair Montclair, California
      Oct 31 The Apollo Theatre AC Belvidere, Illinois
      Nov 1 Medina Entertainment Center Hamel, Minnesota
      Nov 2 Arcada Theatre Saint Charles, Illinois
      Nov 4 The Stanhope House Stanhope, New Jersey
      Nov 7 Jergel's Rhythm Grille Warrendale, Pennsylvania
      Dec 30 House Of Blues - San Diego San Diego, California
      Dec 31 Whisky A Go-Go West Hollywood, California
      Jan 17 The Canyon Club Agoura Hills, California
      Jan 18 The Canyon Santa Clarita Santa Clarita, California
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      L.A. Guns got their start on Los Angeles ' Sunset Strip more than 15 years ago. The band was formed in 1986 and signed with Polygram Records in 1987, recording their first album that summer. This first album, titled “L.A. Guns”, went on to sell 750,000 copies and earned the band its first gold album award. Tours with AC/DC , Iron Maiden , and Def Leppard followed. A compilation of the videos made from this first album also earned the band a gold video award. L.A. Guns went into the studio to record their second album, “Cocked and Loaded”, in the spring of 1989. It was a hit right away with the release of “Rip and Tear” as the first single and video. “Never Enough” and “The Ballad of Jayne” followed, pushing album sales over 1,000,000 and earning the band its first platinum record award. The video compilation from this album earned the band its second gold video award. A successful world tour followed. The band's third album, “Hollywood Vampires”, was recorded in the fall of 1990. With the release of “Kiss My Love Goodbye” as the first single and video, and another successful world tour, the album went on to sell 700,000 copies and earned the band its third gold album award.

      The band went back into the studio in 1994 to start work on their next album “Vicious Circle”. It was released in early 1995 and was followed by another successful world tour. Between 1996 and 1999, the band's members branched out recording and working on outside projects. In late 1999, L.A. Guns went into the studio to record a greatest hits package titled “Black Beauties” that also included five new songs written for the album. The band toured with Poison, Ratt, and others throughout the summer of 2000. In 2001, the band released its sixth studio album, “Man in the Moon”. The band also changed bass players with Adam Hamilton joining. A successful world tour followed. The reviews of the album were great and the band was determined to follow this up with an even stronger set of songs for the next release.

      L.A. Guns entered the studio for their seventh album in early 2002 with veteran producer Andy Johns, who had worked with the likes of Led Zeppelin and Van Halen , to record “Waking the Dead”. The album was released in late 2002 and garnered LAG some of the best reviews the band had ever received. It was also when Tracii Guns decided to work on outside projects as well as some solo material. That same year, L.A. Guns acquired Stacey Blades to handle the guitar slot. Blades had been around the L.A. music scene for many years recording and playing lead guitar in both Roxx Gang and Smack. He fit the bill perfectly coming from the same school of rock that LAG was from.

      After a 2003 world tour to support “Waking the Dead”, L.A. Guns went into the studio during the summer of 2004 to record “Rips the Covers Off” with producer Andy Johns. This was a collection of 70's rock songs that the band grew up listening to. Once again, the band went on a full world tour to support the new CD. In January of 2005, L.A. Guns began work on “Tales from the Strip” with Andy Johns again producing. The “Tales” CD was released August 2005. Reviews were great with many saying it was some of the best music out today. LAG hooked up with WASP for a late summer, early fall tour. In early 2006, LAG did some local L.A . shows and recorded them for a new live CD. This new live CD, “Loud and Dangerous”, was released late August 2006 with the band again supporting it with a world tour. Look for “Loud and Dangerous” and L.A. Guns on the road in 2007.

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