Shooting Gallery Album

Shooting Gallery

About Shooting Gallery

Shooting Gallery was a hard rock band featuring, among others, the former Hanoi Rocks guitarist Andy McCoy, Dave Tregunna (also of Sham 69, The Lords of the New Church) and Paul Garisto from The Psychedelic Furs. The original line up for the band started in Los Angeles after McCoy had signed a recording deal for a solo album, but ended up recording with a full band forming Shooting Gallery. The band toured in the United States as an opening act for Kiss on their North American Revenge club tour in 1992 and released one album, titled Shooting Gallery, that same year. In his book 'Rockstar', McCoy says the band opened about 70 gigs for Kiss, but there were only 13 club gigs in the United States before the actual arena tour to promote the album. After moving back to Finland in 1994 McCoy pursued with the band, with a totally different line-up, including his wife, Angela Nicoletti as a background singer, and original Hanoi Rocks drummer Gyp Casino in drums. According to McCoy the second line-up only lasted for one tour in Finland because of the personal problems between the band and the singer 


Year:
1991
#SongDuration
14:48 
44:38 
53:28 
94:23 

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