ANVIL, SCARS ON BROADWAY Guitarist Cover THE WHO For 'Sons Of Anarchy' EP
Canadian metal legends ANVIL have collaborated with guitarist Franky Perez (SCARS ON BROADWAY) on a cover version of THE WHO classic "Slip Kid" for "Sons Of Anarchy: North Country", a five-song EP featuring music from the FX television series "Sons Of Anarchy".
The EP, which is now available from iTunes, features the following track listing:
01. CURTIS STIGERS & THE FOREST RANGERS - "This Life (Theme from Sons of Anarchy)"
02. ANVIL & FRANKY PEREZ - "Slip Kid"
03. CURTIS STIGERS & THE FOREST RANGERS - "John the Revelator"
04. AUDRA MAE & THE FOREST RANGERS - "Forever Young"
05. LIONS - "Girl from the North Country"
"Sons Of Anarchy" is an adrenalized drama with darkly comedic undertones about a notorious outlaw motorcycle club intent on protecting their sheltered small town against encroaching drug dealers, corporate developers and overzealous law officers.
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