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Punky Meadows/Frank Dimino (Angel) + Heavy Pettin UK Tour

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Glasgow rockers HEAVY PETTIN have announced UK tour dates in October 2018 with Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of ANGEL on their first ever UK tour. Heavy Pettin’ will also be doing extra headline shows in Glasgow and Milton Keynes.

UK Tour dates:

12th OCT – Eleven, Stoke w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
13th OCT – The Underworld Camden, London w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
14th OCT – The Robin 2, Bilston w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
15th OCT – Bannermans Bar, Edinburgh w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
16th OCT – The Cat House, Glasgow – Heavy Pettin Headline Show + Support Adam Bomb
17th OCT – Trillians ,Newcastle w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
18th OCT – ROCK CITY, Nottingham w/ Punky Meadows & Frank Dimino of Angel
19th OCT – The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes – Heavy Pettin Headline Show +Support TBC

Stardom beckoned for Heavy Pettin’ back in the early 80’s with arena tours supporting Kiss, Ozzy and Mötley Crüe and along with the help of MTV, the band scored a couple of Stateside hits.

However, after two hit albums with ‘Lettin’ Loose’ in 1983 and two years later with ‘Rock Ain’t Dead’, they literally ended with a ‘Big Bang’ after a misguided attempt at the Eurovision Song Contest in ’87 resulting in the band breaking up with their third album released after their demise two years later.

News of their reunion came as a complete surprise when earlier last summer Steve ‘Hamie’ Hayman flew over from Texas where he now resides to exclusively announce to Mark Taylor of MetalTalk & TotalRockRadio that the band were reforming for a gig at WinterStorm and they did a triumphant return – with the prospect of further gigs across Europe/UK for 2018.





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