MANDY LION Looking To Form 'Bare-Bones Rock 'N' Roll' Side Project

Vocalist Mandy Lion (WWIII, WICKED ALLIANCE) has issued the following update:

"Usually I am quite busy between WWIII and the Mandy Lion project but I am looking to put together a side project to do some shows during my off time with. If you are into bare-bones rock 'n' roll like AC/DC, old WHITESNAKE and the likes, send me some demos, pictures and a bio. Having been spoiled by such greats as Jake E. Lee and George Lynch, you have to be absolutely devastating. If you don't get Angus Young's genius, you are not the right guy either. Looking forward to hearing what you have got."

Mandy Lion can be contacted via his MySpace page.

Lion is currently collaborating with music producer Mickey James of CRISS ANGEL fame on the next MANDY LION album. "Mickey is easily the most talented producer I have ever worked with," Lion previously stated.

The actual recording of the CD started last month for an early 2008 release.

WWIII's first album in 12 years, "When God Turned Away", was released in 2003. The CD featured Lion, co-producer Joe Floyd on guitar, Geezer Montez on bass and Sledge on drums.


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