Former QUO VADIS Members Resurface In JESTER

Former QUO VADIS guitarist/vocalist Arie Itman has teamed up with NEURAXIS/TORN WITHIN guitarist Rob Milley and ex-QUO VADIS bassist Remy Beauchamp in a new band called JESTER. The group, whose lineup is completed by drummer Tommy Kinnon, are currently working on setting up a web site, which will contain demo recordings, bios, pictures, etc. Arie will also be reviving his guitar column/lessons section that he originally created for QUO VADIS. The guitar columns will be expanded to include lessons/comments from all the other members as well. Many other additions will follow, some of which have never been done before by a band on their website.

To join JESTER's mailing list, send an e-mail to [email protected] You may also e-mail any of the band members with questions or thoughts to this address.


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