Guitarist Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA) has scheduled the following dates in September:
Sep. 18 - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ
Sep. 19 - Flushing Library - Flushing, NY
Drummer John Macaluso (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ARK, TNT) will join Caffery for both shows.
Caffery's latest solo album, "House Of Insanity", was released digitally in October 2008 and it was made available on CD earlier this year. The effort features "a really cool metal cover of 'Get Up, Stand Up' by BOB MARLEY," according to Chris.
Chris Caffery's previous solo album, "Pins and Needles", was released in Europe in March 2007 via Metal Heaven Records. The CD arrived in North America in June 2007 via Locomotive.
Video footage of Chris Caffery performing the SAVATAGE classic "Edge Of Thorns" on September 20, 2008 at the Flushing Library in Flushing, New York can be viewed below (footage filmed by local channel QPTV [Queens Public Television]).
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