New York Dolls announce one-off UK gig and ticket details

Reformed band head to the UK this April

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The New York Dolls are to play a one-off London show at KOKO on this April.

The band, who now feature two original members – singer David Johansen and guitarist Sylvain Sylvain – released new album ‘Cause I Sez So’ last year, and are expected to showcase much of it at the April 19 gig.

New York Dolls originally reformed in 2004, though original bassist Arthur ‘Killer’ Kane passed away the same year.

Tickets are available now.

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