DOOGIE WHITE: Demo Recordings Available For Download

Three demo tracks recorded by YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/ex-RAINBOW singer Doogie White with an early 1990s band called SOLE ASYLUM have been posted online at White's official web site. Download them at this location. The demo was recorded in the summer of 1992 at Survival Studios in West London and features Billy and Mark Kulke on bass and guitar, respectively, along with Dave Anderson on drums.

In other news, Doogie's web site has been updated with he following message:

"Doogie has just returned from Tokyo having been the special guest of Yamaha Communications new Japanese artist O-Mura. Yakayashi O-Mura is a guitar graduate of the Tokyo Music Institute. Doogie contributed two vocals to O-Mura's debut album 'Nowhere to Go'. The concert also featured former Malmsteen singer Mark Boals and keyboard player Vitalij Kuprij. The show was filmed for a DVD.

"Doogie also gave a vocal clinic at the MI in Tokyo which overran by a half hour due to the wealth of interest and questions from the audience. Doogie performed three tracks from CORNERSTONE's 'Once Upon Our Yesterdays' and three from his as yet unfinished solo album. He finished with his version of 'Gethsemane' from 'Jesus Christ Superstar'. Due to the success of the clinic it has been suggested that when Doogie returns to Japan he should do a clinic at every MI in the various cities."


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