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A Sex Pistol + A New York Doll

05:01 PM Tuesday 3/5/13 | |

Glen Matlock has lined up another interesting tour pairing. Following last year’s co-headline tour with former Stranglers vocalist/guitarist Hugh Cornwell, the Sex Pistol is hitting the road later this month for an acoustic outing with New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain.

Matlock has promised to perform tunes from “all areas of his career.” In addition to being the original bassist of The Sex Pistols, he also formed “the underrated but much heralded” Rich Kids, worked with acts including Iggy Pop and Primal Scream, and joined the reformed Faces in 2010. That’s the same year he put out his most recent solo album, Born Running, with his band The Philistines.

The tour begins March 15 in Albany, N.Y. Sylvain appears on all dates below, with the exception of March 24-28, which features The Dictators guitarist Scott Kempner.  

March 15 – Albany, N.Y., The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio     
March 16 – Binghamton, N.Y., Cyber Cafe West
March 17 – Bordentown, N.J., Record Collector     
March 19 – Syracuse, N.Y., The Westcott Theater     
March 20 – Allentown, Pa., Crocodile Rock Cafe     
March 20 – Bethlehem, Pa., Sands Casino
March 24 – Toronto, Ontario, Rivoli     
March 25 – Hamilton, Ontario, This Ain’t Hollywood     
March 27 – Ottawa, Ontario, Zaphod Beeblebrox     
March 28 – Montreal, Quebec, Piranha Bar
March 31 – New Haven, Conn., Cafe Nine     
April 1 – Longbranch, N.J., Brighton Bar
April 2 – Stanhope, N.J., Stanhope House
April 3 – New York, N.Y., Cutting Room     
April 5 – Richmond, Va., Capital Ale House     
April 6 – Virginia Beach, Va., Jewish Mother     
April 7 – Vienna, Va., Jammin’ Java

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