L.A. GUNS Singer JIZZY PEARL Interviewed On 'The Johnny Dare Morning Show'

"The Johnny Dare Morning Show" conducted an interview with L.A. GUNS vocalist Jizzy Pearl on Monday, June 8. The chat is now available for streaming at this location. It can also be heard below.

Pearl recently rejoined the Tracii Guns-led version of L.A. GUNS for the band's summer tour.

Commented Tracii: "We [current L.A. GUNS singer Marty Casey and I] were hoping that we would be touring this summer in support of our new record. But no release date has been set so, we decided to do our own thing until that day comes and also that Big Al [rhythm guitarist Alec Bauer] will not be on this L.A. GUNS tour either and is looking forward to the record coming out."

For a list of upcoming L.A. GUNS tour dates featuring Jizzy Pearl and Tracii Guns, go to this location.


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