Former DIO Guitarist Bounces Back With EPIC: Audio Available

Former DIO/WWIII guitarist Tracy G has completed a 13-song CD with his new band EPIC, which he describes as "hard rock with a heavy blues edge." The band are planning shooting a video for one song in July, with live shows to follow.

EPIC lineup:

Brad Alden - Vocals
Tracy G - Guitar
Larry Bones Dennison - Bass
Forrest Robinson - Drums

For audio samples, visit More information is available at

As previously reported,, Tracy has recorded several solos for the Chris Heaven project in Italy called EDGE OF TIME. Tracy played on four songs that will be included on various tribute albums and compilation releases from Versailles Records:

SAMMY HAGAR – "Bad Motor Scooter"
MÖTLEY CRÜE – "Hooligan's Holiday"
GUNS N' ROSES - "Move to the City"

Tracy G last year issued an instrumental album, entitled "Erector Pili". The CD was mastered at SMC Productions and features Ray Luzier (DAVID LEE ROTH, BILLY SHEEHAN, ARMY OF ANYONE) on drums.


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