BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Bassist Accepting Music Students
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY bassist John "J.D." DeServio is now accepting music students in the New Jersey area. DeServio, who specializes in music theory for all instruments, can be contacted via his MySpace page.
As previously reported, DeServio and BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Nick Catanese will attend the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) annual convention, which is scheduled to take place January 18-21 in Anaheim, California at the Anaheim Convention Center. Catanese will take part in signing sessions at the Dean Markley, EMG, Tone Pros, Coffin Cases, and Washburn Guitars booths. DeServio will be signing at EMG, Schecter, Samson, and Coffin Cases. J.D. will also play for Zoom Pedals on January 20. Exact times will be announced soon.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's latest album, "Shot to Hell", has sold 93,000 copies in the United States since its Sept. 12 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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