It’s been 40 years since Rose Tattoo released their debut album ‘Rock N’ Roll Outlaw and brought out the inner rock child in audiences all around the world.
And now the band will rock‘n’roll into the Ravenswood Hotel to play for Mandurah music lovers on November 2.
Led by bad boy Angry Anderson and comprised of legendary bass player Mark Evans, iconic guitarist Bob Spencer, Pete Wells and Dai Pritchard, the band will steam up the stage with their explosive set, covering their most famous album in its entirety.
First recorded at the famed Alberts studios and produced by legendary team Vanda and Young, the band’s debut album features anthems including ‘Nice Boys’, ‘Rock N’ Roll Outlaw’, ‘One of the Boys’ and ‘Bad Boy for Love’.
Rose Tattoo are coming off the back of a wildly popular European tour, having headlined festivals in France and Netherlands and packing out stadiums with audiences headbanging to their monster records just like they did 40 years ago.
The band will be joined by special guests Echo Del Tusker when they hit the stage at the Ravo, before they head up to Perth, then on to New South Wales and Germany for the rest of their Anniversary Tour.
For more information, or to buy tickets, head to www.rosetattoo.com.au.