Vinnie Vincent postpones December shows to February 2019 and announces all-star band
Former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent‘s first full concert is getting delayed for a few months as the guitarist’s December 7 and 8, 2018 concert dates in Tennessee, USA have been changed to February 8 and 9, 2019.
Vinnie Vincent Live‘s website states:
“The Vinnie Vincent dates in Memphis on December 7th & 8th have been postponed until February 8th and 9th in Nashville due to additional scheduling and logistical requirements by the promoter. Promoter Derek Christopher announced, “Vinnie is ready to rock and roll and is disappointed by the postponement, but we needed extra time to add and confirm additional guests for the show. We wanted to make sure it’s done right.”
With the announcement of the new dates, it was also announced, “We are pleased to announce Vinnie will have an All-Star band in February that’ll include Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck, Blue Murder) on drums, and Tony Franklin (David Gilmour, Jimmy Page, The Firm) on bass. Additional Special Guests will be announced too.”
Tickets for the December 7th show will be honored on the February 8th date, and tickets for the December 8th show will be honored on the February 9th date. Ticket holders should go to THIS LINK to confirm the new dates or request a refund on their tickets.”