SKEW SISKIN: More European Tour Dates Announced

Germany's SKEW SISKIN, the high-octane rock 'n' roll band fronted by Nina C. Alice, have announced more dates as part of their upcoming headlining club tour. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Mar. 13 - Andernach JUZ Live Club tbc Mano
Mar. 14 – Osnabrueck, GER @ N8
Mar. 15 – Munich, GER @ Garage
Mar. 16 - Ludwigsburg, GER @ Rockfabrik
Mar. 17 – Ingolstadt, GER @ Ohrakel
Mar. 19 – Heidelberg, GER @ Schwimmbad
Mar. 20 – Annaberg, GER @ Alte Brauerei
Mar. 21 – Kassel, GER @ Fiasko
Mar. 22 – Hamburg, GER @ Logo
Mar. 23 – Berlin, GER @ Knaak
Mar. 25 – Nuernberg, GER @ Hirsch
Mar. 26 – Nabburg, GER @ Kitchenclub
Mar. 27 – Villingen, GER @ Rockhouse
Mar. 28 – Aalen, GER @ Rock It
Mar. 30 – Salzburg, AUT @ Rockhouse
Mar. 31 – Wien, AUT @ Festival
Apr. 01 – Uster, SWI @Rock City
Apr. 02 – Paris, FRA @ TBA
Apr. 03 – Le Mans, FRA @ Main Stage

SKEW SISKIN's latest studio CD, "Album Of The Year", will receive a U.K. release on February 9.


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