If you’ve been hanging out for more live action from Guns N’ Roses since their last visit to Australia, then Dizzy Reed, the band’s longtime keyboardist, may just help to fill that void.

Despite being a member of Guns N’ Roses for close to 30 years, and being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame back in 2012, Dizzy Reed has managed to go his entire career without releasing a solo record. Now, with the release of his upcoming album, Rock N’ Roll Ain’t Easy, that’s all about to change, and Reed is giving Aussie fans a treat to celebrate.

Coming to Australia for one show only, Dizzy Reed is set to launch his debut solo album at Sydney’s iconic Frankie’s Pizza By The Slice on Sunday, February 18th.

With a lineup that features plenty of local bands, including The Velvet Addiction, The Kids, Junior Danger, The Desert Sea, Two Headed Dog, and A Basket Of Mammoths, this is set to be one heck of a night. Oh, and did we mention that it’s free? That’s right – you can skip past the doorman and stroll right in for a night of killer tunes.

This is definitely one show you’re not going to want to miss, especially at a price like this, so be sure to check out the event’s Facebook page for more info, and get ready for Dizzy Reed’s Rock N’ Roll Ain’t Easy to be released on February 16th – just in time for his show!

Check out Dizzy Reed’s ‘This Don’t Look Like Vegas’:

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Dizzy Reed Australian Album Launch

Dizzy Reed
The Velvet Addiction
The Kids
Junior Danger
The Desert Sea
Two Headed Dog
A Basket Of Mammoths

Sunday, February 18th
Frankie’s Pizza By The Slice, Sydney, NSW
Free Entry
More Info: Facebook

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