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Ten, Serpentine and White Widdow UK Tour – Get Your Tickets FAST

Don’t miss out on possibly the best melodic rock tour of 2012. Starting one week today (Friday 25th May), Serpentine Music and First Hearing Productions ‘Living And Dying For Rock ‘N’ Roll Tour’ featuring the much anticipated return of melodic rock legends Ten, supported by two of the brightest new names on the melodic rock radar; Serpentine (UK) and White Widdow (Australia) starts. BE WARNED – shows are selling out very quickly. If the rest of the tour repeats the story at The Railway Music Venue, this tour is THE hottest ticket of May (sorry Axl!).  Tickets are still available but BE QUICK or you will miss out…you have been warned.

Serpentine return to the UK after debuting in the Japanese National Charts in 2010 with “A Touch Of Heaven”, and flying the flag for UK AOR with their lush Journey meets Survivor sound. At the forefront of a genre’s resurgence and with Classic Rock magazine declaring the band as “close to melodic rock paradise”, the band will be performing tracks from their new “Living & Dying In High Definition” album, such a big part of their Firefest and London support to Amaranthe successes, in the autumn of last year.


White Widdow emerged again this year with the album “Serenade” which made Classic Rock’s Top 10 AOR albums of the year and were all conquering at Firefest. It’ll be their first major tour of the UK. White Widdow play Melodic Rock and AOR anthems filled with swirling keyboards, blistering guitar playing and big choruses full of hooks, the way they believe rock music should sound; so see you at the following venues.

FRI MAY 25TH SHEFFIELD CORPORATION

SAT MAY 26TH NOTTINGHAM ROCK CITY – SERPENTINE / WHITE WIDDOW ONLY –  NEW DATE – WITH DANTE FOX

SUN MAY 27TH GRIMSBY YARDBIRDS

MON MAY 28TH BOLTON RAILWAY

WED MAY 30TH BIRMINGHAM ROADHOUSE

FRI JUNE 1ST PONTYPRIDD MUNI ARTS CENTRE

TICKETS FROM THE USUAL OUTLETS PRICED £12:50 IN ADVANCE

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