JOHN CORABI Interviewed On 'More Access' (Video)

"More Access" host Claudine Grant spoke to John Corabi, former lead singer of MTLEY CRE, THE SCREAM and UNION, prior to his October 1 appearance at the Rocktoberfest poolside concert and fest at South Point Hotel and Casino Pool in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can now watch the chat at this location.

Corabi is putting the finishing touches on an acoustic album which he says will include "old songs, new songs and just a sample of things to come." The set will contain two versions of the MTLEY CRE's song "Hooligan's Holiday" a stripped-back acoustic version and a more elaborate but still acoustic-based band arrangement as well as a version of the CRE's "Loveshine" and even a song by Corabi's first band, ANGORA, which was originally produced by Steve Vai.

Corabi sang on MTLEY CRE's sixth and self-titled album, which was released in 1994.

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