JOHN CORABI Schedules Atlanta Acoustic Performance
Guitarist/vocalist John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, UNION) and his new guitarist Brandon Gibbs will play a very intimate acoustic show at the Red Light Café in Atlanta, Georgia on October 11, 2008. Also appearing that night will be former member of STYX and BEATLEMANIA, Glen Burtnik. John and Brandon will perform a full set of acoustic songs, including tracks from throughout John's career, and several new songs that have yet to be released.
The Red Light Café
553 Amsterdam Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30306
General-admission tickets are $20.00, reserved seats with meet-and-greet are $35.00. The venue only holds about 200 people, so fans are advised to buy tickets now.
For more information, go to this location.
According to Metal Sludge, John Corabi (former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer) has quit his gig as the rhythm guitarist in RATT and is rumored to have been replaced by former QUIET RIOT guitarist Carlos Cavazo.
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