Video footage of legendary hard rock singer Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) performing an acoustic cover version of the VAN MORRISON classic "Moondance" on July 23 at Berkeley 2 Studios in Glasgow, Scotland can be seen below.
The clip, which was filmed and edited by James MacKenzie of Soundshape Studios, features the following musicians:
Joe Lynn Turner - Lead Vocals
Ross McEwen - Guitar
Stuart McArthur - Bass
James Bird - Guitar
Ryan McEwen - Percussion
Joe was the singer of RAINBOW between 1980 and 1984 and he sang on the album "Difficult To Cure", which featured the band's most successful U.K. single, "I Surrender".
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During Turner's time with RAINBOW, the band had its first USA chart success and recorded songs that helped define the melodic rock genre.
1990 saw reunited Turner with RAINBOW leader Ritchie Blackmore in a reformed DEEP PURPLE for the "Slaves And Masters" album.
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