LOVE/HATE, featuring current RATT frontman Jizzy Pearl, will be reuniting for a five-show UK tour as the support act for former GUNS N' ROSES axeman Gilby Clarke during April. However, “this isn't a re-forming of LOVE/HATE or a re-union of LOVE/HATE, because, as I've said many, many times before, the other three guys DO NOT TOUR ANYMORE,” Pearl stated. “This is a celebration of the LOVE/HATE music and legacy that I was a part of for 13 years. I'm very excited as I've not been back to the U.K. for SIX F.CKING YEARS (in fact that last tour was the last time all four original guys played together...how sad).” Prior to the UK shows, LOVE/HATE (whose line-up will consist of Pearl, bassist Robbie Crane (i.e. RATT), guitarist Keri Kelli (ex-SLASH'S SNAKEPIT), and drummer Dave Moreno) will play a couple of warm-up gigs in the Los Angeles area. The confirmed itinerary so far looks as follows:
Mar. 23 - Pinkee's - Las Vegas, NV
Mar. 29 - Paladino's – Los Angeles, CA
Apr. 02 – Concord – Brighton, UK
Apr. 03 - J.B.'s – Dudley, UK
Apr. 04 - The Underworld – London, UK
Apr. 05 - Bradford Rios – Bradford, UK
Apr. 06 - Rock City – Nottingham, UK
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