Former MSG Bassist REV JONES To Tour With MOUNTAIN

Madman bassist Rev Jones, who is mostly known for his work with MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP and STEELHEART, has been recruited as the new bassist for the legendary heavy rock band MOUNTAIN. The group is about to hit the road on a USA/Canada tour opening for Joe Satriani and supporting its new album, "Masters of War".

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Hailing from the musical wasteland known as Oklahoma, Rev has been recording and touring nonstop from 1986 to present. For the past 20 years, he has played with some of the best acts in the world of heavy music, including MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, FUEL, STEELHEART, Paul Gilbert, Jeff Martin (RACER X), KOTTAK, FORTÉ and BLACK SYMPHONY.

Rev's two-handed tapping style and his amazing over the neck technique brings an incredible evergy and musicality to his role as foundation of the music. On stage he's a self-described madman intent on providing the audience a visual experience to match the complexity of the music.

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