TRIBE OF GYPSIES Looking For Lead Vocalist
L.A.-based Latin hard rockers TRIBE OF GYPSIES, featuring guitarist/producer Roy Z, are looking for a lead vocalist to complete their first studio album since 2000's "Standing on the Shoulders of Giants". Potential candidates should possess a powerful yet soulful voice (ability to sing in Spanish a plus), have a strong sense of melody, great stage presence/frontman qualities and live in the Southern California area.
TRIBE OF GYPSIES, who supported the legendary Carlos Santana on part of his "Supernatural" U.S. tour, have released four CDs on JVC/Victor, "Tribe of Gypsies" (1996), "Nothing Lasts Forever" (1997), "Revolucion 13" (1998), and "Standing on the Shoulders of Giants" (2000), issued as "Tribe of Gypsies III" on Bruce Dickinson's Air Raid label in Europe. In addition, members of the TRIBE have toured with and backed Dickinson on four of his solo albums, most notably the highly acclaimed "Accident of Birth" and "The Chemical Wedding".
Interested parties can contact the band at: [email protected]
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