Former THIN LIZZY/MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Brian "Robbo" Robertson will play a couple of dates as a special guest with FIVE FIFTEEN in Scandinavia at the end of February.
FIVE FIFTEEN are out promoting their new album, "The Sensational Five Fifteen", with the line-up of Mika Jarvinen (guitar & vocals), Saana Koskinen (vocals & flute), Matti Salovaara (guitar), Kalle Sinkkonen (keyboards), Mikko Maatta (bass) and Santeri Saksala (drums).
The Finnish band will play a 30-minute set before Robbo joins them for about a one-hour set of songs by THIN LIZZY, MOTÖRHEAD, FRANKIE MILLER, BOB SEGER, JOE WALSH and FIVE FIFTEEN. Expect a mean version of "Ain't Got No Money" which Robbo recorded for the FRANKIE MILLER tribute released by Eagle Records last year.
FIVE FIFTEEN w/ Brian Robertson tour dates:
Feb. 25 – FIN @ TBA
Feb. 26 – Helsinki, FIN @ On The Rocks
Feb. 27 – Vasteras, SWE @ Club Rockers
Feb. 28 – Jonkoping, SWE @ Planet Rock
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