Punky Meadows and Frank Dimino from the legendary 70’s rock band Angel will be performing shows together for the first time in over 35 years.

They will be playing a full Angel set including classics such as The Tower, Can You Feel It, Don’t Leave Me Lonely, The Fortune, and many more fan favorites as well as select solo material. It begins April 7th in North America and will hit Japan and the UK in the fall.

Punky and Frank are both, “Very excited to be playing together again and can’t wait to hit the stage and see all the fans.”

The band members include Danny Farrow – Rhythm Guitar, Charlie Calv – Keyboards, Steve Ojane – Bass Guitar, and Billy Orrico – Drums.This is a show you will not want to miss so catch it while you can.

Get tickets and VIP/Meet and Greet options at:

April 7th: The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY
April 8th: The Debonair Music Hall – Teaneck, NJ
April 11th: The Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY
April 12th: The Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA

June 15th: Count’s Vamp’d – Las Vegas, NV
June 16th: The Whisky – West Hollywood, CA

October 28th- Headlining the Rock n Skull Festival IL

More US dates as well as UK and Japan announcements coming soon.

Frank Dimino recently made a guest appearance on Punky’s new single Lost and Lonely as well as Punky making a guest appearance last year on Frank’s song Never Again. You can get both singles on Itunes or Amazon and check out the videos below.

Angel was known for their elaborate stage show and all-white costumes. They released six albums on Casablanca Records and sold over one million records worldwide.

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  • Jason Falkinham on

    I thought Rock n Skull was done after they lost most of the bands last year

  • Loadout on

    Seems Punky went the facelift route,he was aging gracefully prior. Good seeing them back out together,though.

  • robert davenport on

    I really wish there was a Cleveland or Detroit date on their schedule , angel had a great fan base in this area, I saw them every time they were in my neck of the woods and the show was always close to sold out if not sold out every show – Eddie has said you either loved angel or you never heard of them , in our part of the US. we heard of them and people came out every time –

  • Keith G on

    Great to see these guys playing together again! I wish they were playing some dates in my area, because I would definitely go see them. I would love this to lead to a full ANGEL reunion! They were a really underrated band. I loved their earlier records, but they got more pop oriented on the later records.

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