Ex-MEGADETH Guitarist's MIKE ALBERT PROJECT Schedules Hollywood Concert
MIKE ALBERT PROJECT, the band led by former MEGADETH touring guitarist Mike Albert, will appear at the world-famous Whisky A-Go Go (8901 Sunset Blvd.) in Hollywood, California on Friday, July 11 at 8:00 p.m.
MIKE ALBERT PROJECT is:
Mike Albert: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
Richard Schroeder: Vocals
Jon Escobedo: Bass Guitar
Angel Lujan: Drums
Ruben Martinez: Guitar
MIKE ALBERT PROJECT's new CD, "Afterlife", will soon be released, with a national tour to follow.
According to ChicagoGigs.com, Mike Albert joined MEGADETH in April 1985 after the band had completed the recording of their debut album, "Killing is My Business and Business is Good". The band's lead guitarist at the time, Chris Poland, had left the band due to personal reasons. In need of a new axeman for the upcoming tour, MEGADETH recruited Mike Albert, who performed all 40 shows with the group. Upon returning, he attended rehearsals for the "Peace SellsBut Who's Buying?" album but left the band shortly after due to "financial issues."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/mikealbertproject.
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