COSMOSQUAD Axeman, UFO Singer Join Forces In $IGN OF 4

Guitarist Jeff Kollman (MOGG/WAY, EDWIN DARE) and singer Phil Mogg (UFO) will issue their long-awaited collaboration album, entitled Dancing With St. Peter, under the band moniker $IGN OF 4 (formerly STONETOWNE, a.k.a. THE PHIL MOGG BAND) in September. For more information, click here.

$IGN OF 4 will be doing some shows in Europe starting in October. Exact dates and venues will be announced soon.

In related news, Kollman has been busy collaborating with ex-DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH singer Glenn Hughes and drummer Robin Dimaggio on an as-yet-undisclosed project. More information will be made available shortly.

Also on the Kollman front, his COSMOSQUAD collaboration with bassist Barry Sparks (DOKKEN, ULI JON ROTH), and drummer Shane Gaalaas (GLENN HUGHES, ULI JON ROTH) will issue their Live At The Baked Potato album in October. The live recording features 14 tracks culled from the two previous COSMOSQUAD releases and Jeff Kollman's Shedding Skin CD.

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