Following EUROPE’s interview about the making of The Final Countdown on last night’s edition of BBC 1 Television’s “The One Show”, the band will start their “Bag of Bones” UK tour at the Birmingham o2 Academy on Wednesday 21 November, with special guests StoneRider.
Hot off the heels of last year’s Balls N’ Banners UK Tour and sold out concert at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Sweden’s biggest hard rock band undertakes a nationwide November 2012 UK Tour.
Europe vocalist Joey Tempest believes that 2009’s Last Look At Eden album was a significant turning point for the band. That album proved to be Europe’s most important record since The Final Countdown. Now, with the release of their current album Bag of Bones, Tempest says, “Europe is ready to do some serious damage.”
StoneRider are special guests for all UK dates. StoneRider are a young, classic rock-influenced rock and roll band from Atlanta, Georgia. Since the 2008 release of their critically-acclaimed debut Three Legs of Trouble, they have toured the US twice and opened for the likes of Uriah Heep, Robin Trower, Graveyard and Radio Moscow.
For the 2012 follow-up album, Fountains Left To Wake, the band flexed their studio muscles and crafted a double LP reminiscent of Exile on Main Street with doses of Physical Graffiti - not as a sound-alike, but as a celebration of all StoneRider love about rock and roll. The new album blends a wiser, more robust rock sound with psychedelic rock’n’roll jook-joint boogie.
If you missed Europe’s interview on The One Show last night, you can view it online via BBC iPlayer here:
OFFICIAL EUROPE WEBSITE
OFFICIAL EUROPE FACEBOOK
OFFICIAL EUROPE TWITTER
OFFICIAL EUROPE TOUR BLOG
OFFICIAL EUROPE MEDIA BLOG
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