JACK STARR'S BURNING STARR: Footage From MAGIC CIRCLE FESTIVAL Available

Quality fan-filmed video footage of the recently reformed JACK STARR'S BURNING STARR performing the song "Evil Never Sleeps" at the 2008 Magic Circle Festival in Bad Arolsen, Germany on July 11 can be viewed below.

Jack Starr (VIRGIN STEELE, DEVIL CHILDE, PHANTOM LORD, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME) is currently putting the finishing touches on the new BURNING STARR CD set, to be released by the end of 2008 on Magic Circle Music, the record label owned by members of MANOWAR.

Joining Jack Starr at the festival were Ned Meloni (DEVIL CHILDE, PHANTOM LORD, GHOST, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME) on bass and Todd Michael Hall (HARLET) on vocals. The band was supported by Lars Ramcke (guitar), Alex Guth (guitar), and Falko Rashoft (drums) from STORMWARRIOR.

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