GRAHAM BONNET: Recording Appearances Detailed

Legendary hard rock vocalist Graham Bonnet's (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI) web site has been updated with the following message:

"MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP's 25th anniversary full album 'Tales of Rock 'N' Roll' and maxi EP 'Revolution Mind' have been released worldwide! Both contains the tune 'Rock 'N' Roll' which Graham takes the outstanding lead vocal. The song is classic, thrilling hard rock'n'roll featuring catchy chorus part and, YES!, it is the Schenker-Bonnet combination that a lot of fans have been waiting to happen again for a long time! The other tunes in the album are also great, so it is a must for all Bonnet/Schenker fans. Don't miss it!! Also, tomorrow (April 24) is the release date of the MOONSTONE project's album 'Time To Take A Stand'. Graham is on 'Not Dead Yet' and Howie Simon is playing the guitar solo on it. Don't miss this album too!

"Graham has just finished recording vocal tracks of eight songs for TAZ TAYLOR's new album 'Welcome to America'. The works are being mixed down, and the album is slated to be released in the summer of 2006 from Escape Music (the label which released 'The Day I Went Mad' album in 2000.)

"Having finished the TAZ TAYLOR tracks, Graham is now back to work on ELEKTRIC ZOO again. He has so far completed vocals for one tune, but more to come, of course. The band is looking to tour in Russia, Europe and the other parts of the world after the album is done.

"There is a plan to play 7-8 gigs in Finland and nearby countries again in July/August this year. When any details are confirmed, we will certainly put them on this page. Also, Graham has been offered to play in the Rock and Blues Custom show in Derbyshire, England in late July, but for this one, he has not confirmed this gig yet. Finally, if things work out, we may release another news in a few weeks. Keep your fingers crossed!"


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