Veteran British female hard rockers GIRLSCHOOL have been confirmed as the special guests of the U.K. rock show "Vampires Rock" on May 11 and May 12 at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle and Hull Arena in Hull, respectively.
Upcoming GIRLSCHOOL shows:
Apr. 24 - Wulfrun Hall - Wolverhampton, UK (w/ SAXON)
Apr. 29 - Paignton Bike Festival - Paignton, UK
May 06 - Saisoneröffnung Der Bikerunion - Hildburghausen, GER
May 11 - Metro Radio Arena - Newcastle, UK
May 12 - Hull Arena - Hull, UK
Jun. 04 - Nantymoel Motorhead Festival - Nantymoel, UK
Jul. 14-15 - Headbangers Open Air Festival - Brande-Hörnerkirchen, GER
GIRLSCHOOL last fall finished recording new versions of the songs "Emergency" and "London". Both tracks are available as paid digital downloads. If you want to hear a sample of either cut, check out the "Downloads" page of the group's web site.
GIRLSCHOOL are continuing to tour in support of their first-ever live DVD, "Girlschool Live at the Garage", and their 2004 album, "Believe".
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