BRAZEN ABBOT, the brainchild of Bulgarian guitarist Nikolo Kotzev, will make their first-ever live appearances in Bulgaria at the end of July. Three shows in Varna, Plovdiv and Sofia are currently scheduled and will feature a lineup that will include ex-RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner (other bandmembers have yet to be confirmed).BRAZEN ABBOT will release their new album, entitled "Guilty As Sin", on July 28 through SPV/Steamhammer Records. A radio single, featuring the songs "I'll Be Free" and "Love Is On Our Side (acoustic version)", will also be made available at the same time. As previously reported, "Guilty As Sin" features 12 tracks and will have a total running time of 62 minutes. Among the guests appearing on the CD are such world-class musicians as Turner, Göran Edman (vocals, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Jørn Lande (vocals, ARK, MASTERPLAN, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEN), Mic Michaeli (keyboards, ex-EUROPE), John Levén (bass, ex-EUROPE), and Ian Haugland (drummer, ex-EUROPE).
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