Former BLACK 'N BLUE Frontman Records New Album

Former BLACK 'N BLUE vocalist Jaime St. James is currently in the studio recording freshly-penned songs with the assistance of WARRANT's Billy Morris. According to an official press release, the new material is a combination of the classic BLACK 'N BLUE sound, mixed with the sounds of ST. JAMES, Jaime's former band that released the album "AmericanMan" late in 2001. A 2003 release through an as-yet-undetermined label is expected. In addition, Jaime is tentatively planning on taking part in one of the upcoming summer tour packages in 2003. The singer, who is currently performing a set list comprised of BLACK 'N BLUE favorites under the moniker "A Night Of BLACK 'N BLUE with Jaime St. James", recently played a successful gig in Cleveland, Ohio and may announce additional shows in the near future.


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