Former Queens Of The Stone Age star to appear live at St Albans pub

16:36 29 August 2014

Former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri will be playing a gig at The Horn in St Albans

Former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri will be playing a gig at The Horn in St Albans

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A former member of Queens Of The Stone Age will be appearing live at a St Albans music venue later this year.

Nick Oliveri, of Queens Of The Stone Age and Kyuss fame, will be performing at The Horn pub in St Albans on Thursday, November 6 with his new band Uncontrollable.

The American stoner rocker’s first solo album, Leave Me Alone, is released on September 15 through Schnitzel Records.

Recorded at Thunder Underground Studios in Palm Springs, Oliveri plays all the instruments, including drums, guitar, bass and vocals.

It also features guitar solos from special guests Phil Campbell from Motorhead, Mike Pygmie from Mondo Generator and Bruno Fevery from Kyuss Lives!

Tickets for Nick Oliveri’s Uncontrollable at The Horn cost £10 in advance.

* Visit www.juiceboxindie.com or www.thehorn.co.uk for more details.

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