YNGWIE MALMSTEEN Singer Offers Post-Tour Update

Former RAINBOW and current YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist Doogie White has posted the following message to his official web site:

"We [YNGWIE MALMSTEEN] played two amazing shows in Turkey, with Istanbul being the wildest and largest gig of the tour. These people love to RAWK and so they did. Every show should be like that . . . amazing!

"Before that we were in Viking territory. While in Copenhagen I got a change to visit the studio and hear the tracks for the next CORNERSTONE album, to be called 'Once Upon Our Yesterdays'. I hope to get into the studio with Steen [Mogensen, ROYAL HUNT/CORNERSTONE]in early June before the next leg of Yngwie's world tour. Of course, Steen gave me another song to work on. Is there no stopping this man??? The ROYAL HUNT boys and CORNERSTONE lads all came along and partied at the show.

"In Stockholm I wandered around and met up with an old mate from my youth. Cheers The Doze. It was outside Berns (the venue) that we parted company with our beloved bus that had been our home for the past six weeks or so. So a special mention to Wee Michael and Beat the Street. www.beatthestreet.net Cheers fella."


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