Former VIRGIN STEELE Guitarist JACK STARR Signs With MAGIC CIRCLE MUSIC

Former VIRGIN STEELE guitarist Jack Starr has inked a deal with Magic Circle Music, the label founded by the heavy metal band MANOWAR.

Starr is currently preparing a new album with his band, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME, to be released this year.

Commented Jack Starr: "For me to be on Magic Circle Music is like a dream come true. It's the heaviest label and will provide me with the newest technology and best resources to make the best album of my career."

JACK STARR AND THE GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME released their debut album, "Under A Savage Sky", last September through Crash Music Inc. The disc included guest appearances by RAVEN guitarist Mark Gallagher and ex-UFO axeman Paul Chapman, playing the first solo in "I Stand Alone" and "Cry For Dawn", respectively.

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