Bassist CHUCK WRIGHT Comments On ANGEL CITY OUTLAWS All-Star Project
Bassist Chuck Wright (QUIET RIOT, GIUFFRIA, HOUSE OF LORDS) has posted the following message on his official web site:
"I was in Houston at Bobby Blotzer's (from RATT) new studio recording tracks for his 'all-star' band's release, ANGEL CITY OUTLAWS, which also features Jani Lane [WARRANT] on vocals and Keri Kelli [ALICE COOPER, SKID ROW] on guitars. Very new and cool sounding tunes. I also recently played bass for a DVD shoot with Pat Travers and Carmine Appice. It's for Carmine's new drum instructional video. The drummers get to play along with me and Pat. It's a live, no-overdubs performance to tape. I also did six tracks for a LED ZEP karaoke CD with Brent Woods (Vince Neil's band), and a couple new tracks for Christian recording artist Jeff Eaton. I just completed the HOUSE OF LORDS 'Live' CD package and the music is now being mastered. Sounds awesome!!! I can't wait for everyone to hear this. It should be out this fall on Frontiers Records. There's some serious playing on this release so, check it out. In the meantime, I've been doing sporadic concert dates with Stephen Pearcy [RATT]... It's always a blast!"
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