GRAHAM BONNET Interviewed On 'Turn Up The Night'

A two-part interview with legendary hard rock singer Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MSG, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI) conducted by Kenny Pick of the "Turn Up The Night" radio show can be heard using the audio player below.

As previously reported, U.K. label Voiceprint will release Bonnet's first two solo albums — "Graham Bonnet" and "No Bad Habits" — on CD in October and November, respectively.

"Graham Bonnet" was released on CD in 1987, coupled with "Line Up", in Japan, but it has been an out-of-print, rare collector's item for many years. "No Bad Habits" has never been officially released on CD.

Voiceprint has also issued the J21 album "Yellow Mind -Blue Mind", featuring Graham on two tracks, "The Truth Behind The Veil" and "The Edge of Now".

For the Bonnet collectors, RAINBOW's "Anthology 1975-1983" CD has been released in the U.K., featuring the live version of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" from the legendary Monsters of Rock festival 1980. In the past, recordings of "All Night Long" and "Stargazer" from this same concert were released on vinyl LP, and "Since You've Been Gone" was also featured in the "Final Vinyl" LP/CD.

For the collectors in Australia, a DVD titled "Nightmoves" has been released, featuring an extremely rare footage of Graham's early song "Danny" from his first solo album and interview. The DVD is in PAL format and available exclusively in Australia.

Graham Bonnet interviewed on "Turn Up The Night" (click on player below to launch audio):

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Part 2:

(Thanks: Fullshred)


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