Four shows in three days, including two with You Am I's Tim Rogers.
As frontman of Supersuckers, Eddie Spaghetti has forged a formidable reputation as bona fide rock'n'roll wild man and as a solo artist, well, he's not really all that much tamer. The aforementioned band started back in 1988 as something of a less pretentious metal band but a showier punk rock outfit, and as the '90s crept on, Spaghetti found that the country music he despised so much in his youth wasn't all that bad and it eventually began creeping into the band's sound somewhat, 1997's Must've Been High record a real indication that The Supersuckers had embraced the influence.
Spaghetti released his first solo record The Sauce in 2004 and has kept the flame burning for two more since then and at the end of June will hit Australia soil for his first ever solo tour of our country, playing four shows in just three days. Wild man.
See the leader of the (self-proclaimed) greatest rock'n'roll band in the world at the following dates:
Thursday 28 June – Beetle Bar, Brisbane (with Jud Campbell)
Friday 29 June – The Sando, Sydney (with Johnny Casino and Chopper & The Honeyboy)
Saturday 30 June – Cherry Bar (with Tim Rogers) – afternoon show
Saturday 30 June – Cherry Bar (with Tim Rogers and Fred Negro) – evening show
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Tickets are on sale through Moshtix from Tuesday morning.