MANDY LION Schedules Hollywood Date

Vocalist Mandy Lion (WWIII, ex-WICKED ALLIANCE) will be performing at Club Vodka in West Hollywood, California on Thursday, February 17. Showtime is 11:00 p.m. sharp. "As always, one can expect a 'who is who' crowd and, of course, an awesome show as only Mandy Lion, Moni Scaria, David DuCey are able to deliver," reads a posting on Mandy's web site.

"Mandy Lion's new bassist will be introduced the night of the show. Also, Jeff Burkhard (sound engineer extraordinaire, mad scientist, genius and friend to the man and the band) will be doing sound for the band from here on out. Mandy says that Jeff is the fifth member in the band and was the last missing piece in the machine.

"The Mandy Lion band is working hard on their new CD which will be finished by the end of February. The DVD will follow four weeks after."


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