Guitarist Keri Kelli (VINCE NEIL, SLASH'S SNAKEPIT, ADLER"S APPETITE) is the latest guest musician to be confirmed to appear on the upcoming "all-star" CD from Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE, entitled "Soundtrack of a Soul". Kelli will be playing on the track "Another Nail".As previously reported, guest vocalists set to appear on the CD include Stephen Pearcy (RATT), Tony Harnell (TNT), Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB), Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER), Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN, ADRIANGALE), Leif Garrett, Dale and Troy Thompson (BRIDE), Phil Naro (TALAS), EZ Gomer (JET CIRCUS), Scott Wenzel (WHITE CROSS, MISSIONARY ONE), Josh Kramer (SAINT), and Russell Arcara (SURGIN, PROPHET, ARCARA). Musicians set to appear on the album include Mikkey Dee (MOTÖRHEAD), Tim Gaines (STRYPER), Tommy Denander (RADIOACTIVE), Jack Frost (SEVEN WITCHES, SAVATAGE) and Harry Hess (HAREM SCAREM). Audio samples from the CD can be downloaded at www.libertynjustice.net. "Soundtrack of a Soul" is scheduled for release in early 2006. The album will be issued in South America via Avantage Records.
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