Italian Singer CHRIS HEAVEN Reforms REDLYNX

Italian hard rock singer Chris Heaven has reformed his old band REDLYNX with several new musicians, including Ian Blackwood on guitar and Robert Scales on keyboards (both from PURPLESNAKE, a WHITESNAKE/DEEP PURPLE Mark III tribute band). The band are currently working on material for a new CD and are re-arranging old songs for upcoming shows.

In other news, Heaven can be heard on the Perris Records CD "The Glam That Stole Christmas" singing a cover of the BON JOVI song "I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas" with the Polish guitarist Michael Gapys. Also appearing on the CD are members of PRETTY BOY FLOYD and LILLIAN AXE, among other bands.

Chris' official web site,, is currently hosting samples of WHITESNAKE and DEEP PURPLE cover songs that Heaven recorded last summer with PURPLESNAKE.


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