Aftermath of the Lowdown Tour

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The Every Road Tour was Richie Sambora's second solo tour. It had a mixture of songs including songs from the first two solo albums and his new solo album, Aftermath of the Lowndown and some songs from his band Bon Jovi.[citation needed]

Concerts[edit]

  • 09.14.2012 - Philadelphia, World Cafe Live - Free at Noon (promo)
  • 09.21.2012 - Live with Kelly and Michael, WCVB-TV, channel 5(promo)
  • 10.09.2012 - Amsterdam, Melkweg
  • 10.10.2012 - Amsterdam, Melkweg
  • 10.12.2012 - München, Circus Krone
  • 10.13.2012 - Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt
  • 10.16.2012 - London, Shepherds Bush
  • 10.18.2012 - Philadelphia, The Electric Factory
  • 10.20.2012 - Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
  • 10.23.2012 - New York, Best Buy Theater
  • 11.13.2012 - Los Angeles, Fonda Theater
  • 11.16.2012 - San Francisco, The Regency Ballroom
  • 02.20.2014 - Brisbane, The Tivoli
  • 02.22.2014 - Brisbane, RNA Showgrounds (Part of "Soundwave Brisbane 2014")
  • 02.23.2014 - Sydney, Olympic Park (Part of "Soundwave Sydney 2014")
  • 02.26.2014 - Sydney, Enmore Theatre
  • 02.27.2014 - Melbourne, The Esplanade Hotel
  • 02.28.2014 - Melbourne, Flemington Racecourse (Part of "Soundwave Melbourne 2014")
  • 03.01.2014 - Adelaide, Bonython Park (Part of "Soundwave Adelaide 2014")
  • 03.03.2014 - Perth, Arena Joondalup (Part of "Soundwave Perth 2014")
  • 06.13.2014 - Islington, O2 Academy
  • 06.15.2014 - Leicestershire, Donington Park (Part of "Download Festival 2014")
  • 06.17.2014 - Tilburg, 013
  • 06.19.2014 - Stuttgart, Beethovensaal
  • 06.20.2014 - Munich, Kesselhaus
  • 06.22.2014 - Berlin, Huxley's
  • 06.24.2014 - Cologne, E-Werk
  • 06.26.2014 - Paris, Bataclan
  • 06.28.2014 - London, Clapham Common (Part of "Calling Festival 2014")
  • 06.30.2014 - Dublin, Olympia
  • 07.01.2014 - Belfast, Ulster Hall
  • 07.03.2014 - Glasgow, O2 ABC
  • 08.10.2014 - Seoul, World Cup Stadium (Part of "Citybreak 2014 Festival")
  • 08.16.2014 - Osaka, Maishima Sports Island (Part of "Summer Sonic 2014 Festival")
  • 08.17.2014 - Chiba, QVC Marine Field (Part of "Summer Sonic 2014 Festival")

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