GRAHAM BONNET: New Video Interview Available

Legendary rock singer Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MSG, ALCATRAZZ) was interviewed by DSI Records following ALCATRAZZ's February 28, 2009 performance at Jaxx in Springfield, Virginia. Watch the chat in three parts below.

ALCATRAZZ recently performed a handful of U.S. dates with SEVEN WITCHES and is currently working on a new studio album, tentatively due before the end of the year. According to a posting on Bonnet's web site, Russ Ballard, the composer of "Since You Been Gone" (which was covered by RAINBOW on the 1979 album "Down To Earth", featuring Bonnet), has written a great, new song especially for ALCATRAZZ. The band is also looking to do more shows for fans in the U.S. and the other countries.

ALCATRAZZ featuring Graham Bonnet is:

Graham Bonnet - Lead Vocals
Howie Simon - Guitar, Vocals
Glen Sobel - Drums
Tim Luce - Bass, Vocals

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