Music News: RavenEye Confirmed As Guests On Kiss European Tour

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UK rock trio RavenEye are thrilled to announce they have been invited to tour Europe as Special Guests of KISS.

They have also been added as Special Guests on the Hellyeah UK tour in April. The band recently announced shows at Download festivals in Spain and France, as well as Bulgaria’s Plovdiv Festival, with more to follow soon.

Since releasing their wildly successful EP, ‘Breaking Out’, and debut album ‘NOVA, RavenEye has toured globally, supporting Slash, Deep Purple, The Darkness​ and Halestorm amongst others.

The band has headlined their own tours through Europe and America as well as performing at major international rock festivals such as Download Festival​ (UK), Hellfest Open Air Festival​ (France), Azkena Rock Festival ARF​ (Spain), Rock For People (Czech Republic), Louder Than Life​ (U.S.), Aftershock Festival​ (U.S.), Maximus Festival (Brazil and Argentina) and most recently the Shiprocked Cruise 2017. Their incendiary live shows have captivated crowds and put them on the map as a ‘must see live’ band.

When RavenEye formed two years ago, the then 25 year old, Oli Brown​, singer and multi-award winning guitarist, had already released four solo albums and toured the world for 10 years with legends such as Jeff Beck​, Buddy Guy​, Johnny Winter​ and Joe Satriani​, and been hailed by Mojo as “the hottest young pistol in British blues” and Classic Rock Magazine describing him as “one of the best and brightest guitar heroes performing in the world today.”RavenEye’s live performances take their present and future fans on a journey to the next level.

RAVENEYE CONFIRMED DATES 2017:
April 7 – Manchester, UK (Club Academy)*
April 8 – Glasgow, UK (The Garage)*
April 10 – Leeds, UK (Leeds University Stylus)*
April 11 – Norwich, UK (Waterfront)*
April 13 – London, UK (O2 Islington Academy)*
April 14 – Bristol, UK (Thekla)*
April 15 – Nottingham, UK (Rock City)*

May 1 – Moscow, Russia (Olympiski)**
May 4 – Helsinki, Finland (Hartwell Arena)**
May 6 – Stockholm, Sweden (Tele2 Arena) **
May 7 – Oslo. Norway (Spektrum)**
May 10 – Gothenburg, Sweden (Scandinavium)**
May 12 – Dortmund, Germany (Westfallenhalle)**
May 13 – Stuttgart, Germany (Schleyerhalle)**
May 15 – Torino, Italy (Pala Alpitour)**
May 16 – Bologna, Italy (Unipol Arena) **
May 18 – Munich, Germany (Olympiahalle)**
May 20 –

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