Eddie Spaghetti Announces First Solo Australian Shows
Written by Al Newstead on 17 May 2012
Rock and roll wildman Eddie Spaghetti, of Supersuckers fame, is bringing his long-awaited solo show to Australia and Tone Deaf is proud to present his tour in June.
As a founding member of The Supersuckers, the Arizona native helped turn his love for heavy metal and punk into an escape from the country music scene that surrounded his youth. Their high-wire act of ‘showmanship punk’ placed them in pre-grunge Seattle where they signed to influential record label, Sub Pop, kicking off two decades of ass kicking, ground pounding hemi-hogging punk-n-roll.
Fast forward to 2012 and Eddie, who has now released three solo albums, is set to make his first solo trip to Australia in June to play four shows in three days in Brisbane, Sydney and a massive double heading bill in Melbourne’s Cherry Bar with Australia’s own rock gentleman, Tim Rogers.
Just remember to wear your clean underwear, because Eddie Spaghetti is gonna rock your pants right off of you.
Full lineups and ticketing information below.
EDDIE SPAGHETTI AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2012
Thursday 28th June – The Beetle Bar, Brisbane (support from Jud Campbell)
Friday 29th June – The Sando, Newton (support from Johnny Casio and Chopper & The Honeyhog)
Saturday 30th June – Cherry Bar, Melbourne (with special guest Tim Rogers and Fred Negro)
All tickets on sale May 8