The Dead Daisies to release ‘Best Of’ album on August 18th and announce ‘A Decade of Rock’ tour dates

Photo by David Pear courtesy of Chipster PR & Consulting, Inc.

The Dead Daisies to release ‘Best Of’ album on August 18th and announce ‘A Decade of Rock’ tour dates

Following The Dead Daisiessurprise announcement on May 15, 2023 that John Corabi was returning as lead vocalist as well as the addition of bassist Michael Devin, the group has wasted no time with the announcement of the release of a Best Of album on August 18, 2023 and tour dates all over the world from August 22, 2023 to December 16, 2023. The Dead Daisies‘ current line-up consists of John Corabi (The Scream, Mötley Crüe) on lead vocals, David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink) and Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio) on guitars, Brian Tichy (Ozzy Osbourne, Foreigner) on drums and Michael Devin (Whitesnake) on bass.

Chipster PR & Consulting, Inc.‘s press release indicates (with slight edits):

“Ten years ago, The Dead Daisies burst onto the music scene with a mission to gather some of the finest musicians in the world and simply put, play some good old fashioned, no bullshit Rock’N’Roll!!

After a decade of recording and touring the planet, there have been some incredible one-offs and special highlights including sharing stages with some of the world’s biggest rock bands.

To mark this milestone, a collection of songs from six of the band’s previous studio albums have been chosen. The upcoming “Best Of” Album release will include some of the collectives’ favorite tracks and others that have become a staple part of every Daisies‘ touring setlist. We hope they’re your favorites as well ….

Two previously unreleased tracks from the last recording session are also included. It will be available on double CD & Vinyl on August 18th.

Pre order your copy, starting June 2nd, here:

To celebrate A Decade of Rock, the band will kick off touring in late August with some dates in Canada and the USA. Late October will see The Daisies head back to Japan followed by dates in the EU throughout November and December.

Returning to the line-up for this tour is the incomparable frontman John Corabi. He joins his mates Doug Aldrich, David Lowy, and Brian Tichy with renowned Bass player Michael Devin (of Whitesnake fame) joining the band for the first time.

Photo by David Pear courtesy of Chipster PR & Consulting, Inc.

“It’s been an amazing decade with The Daisies! We’ve rocked out with some of the best in the business, toured the globe, released eight albums and are thrilled to be showcasing the body of work from over the last decade with our upcoming “Best Of” Album release and tour.  I’m excited to be welcoming John Corabi back to the band.  Can’t wait to get back on the road again in 2023 to perform for our fans!” – David Lowy

When they say turn it up to eleven you need the right rig backing you.  The Dead Daisies are thrilled to be powering up with Blackstar Amplification to blast out their best in 2023!  Stay tuned for some exciting exploits being masterminded together!

It’s been an amazing ride so far with a HUGE THANK YOU to the fans for their love and support!!  With still a lot more to come and miles in front of them, together they’ll keep rock alive!!!

So, grab your copy of the “Best Of”, get your tickets and enjoy the ride celebrating A Decade of Rock with us!

The Dead Daisies’ upcoming 2023 tour dates:

US & Canada Tour
Aug. 22nd — Mickey’s Black Box — Lititz, Pennsylvania, USA
Aug. 23rd — The Landis Theater — Vineland, New Jersey, USA
Aug. 25th — El Mocambo — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 26th — London Music Hall — London, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 27th — The Hub — Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 29th — The Studio @ First Ontario Concert Hall — Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 30th — Théâtre Fairmount — Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Aug. 31st — The Brass Monkey — Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Sept. 2nd — Hollywood Theatre — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sept. 4th — Alberta Rose Theatre — Portland, Oregon, USA
Sept. 5th — Cornerstone — Berkeley, California, USA
Sept. 6th — Goldfields Trading Post — Roseville, California, USA
Sept. 8th — Ramona MainStage — San Diego, California, USA
Sept. 9th — Count’s Vamp’d — Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sept. 10th — The Roxy Theatre — Los Angeles, California, USA

Japan Tour
Oct. 31st — Umeda Club Quattro — Osaka, Japan
Nov. 1st — Spotify O-East — Tokyo, Japan

EU Nov Tour
Nov. 4th – Z7 — Pratteln, Switzerland
Nov. 5th — La Machine du Moulin Rouge — Paris, France
Nov. 7th — La Rayonne — Lyon, France
Nov. 8th — Live Club — Trezzo Sull-Adda, Italy
Nov. 9th — Airport Obertraubling — Regensburg, Germany
Nov. 11th — Poppodium — Boerderij — Zoetermeer, Netherlands
Nov. 12th — O3 Poppodium — Tilburg, Netherlands
Nov. 14th — Pumpehuset — Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov. 16th — Moriskan Paviljongen — Mälmo, Sweden
Nov. 17th — Valand — Gothenburg, Sweden
Nov. 18th — Vulkan Arena — Oslo, Norway

EU Dec Tour
Dec. 2nd — Winter Masters of Rock — Zlín, Czech Republic
Dec. 3rd — Barba Negra — Budapest, Hungary
Dec. 5th — Szene Wien — Vienna, Austria
Dec. 6th — MMC (Majestic Music Club) — Bratislav, Slovakia
Dec. 7th — Cvetlicarna — Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dec. 9th — Hirsch — Nuremberg, Germany
Dec. 10th — Columbia Theater — Berlin, Germany
Dec. 12th — Batschkapp — Frankfurt, Germany
Dec. 13th — Zeche — Bochum, Germany
Dec. 15h — Rock Out Festival — Augsburg, Germany
Dec. 16th — Knock Out Festival — Karlsruhe, Germany