ALCATRAZZ Schedules Anaheim Gig

ALCATRAZZ featuring legendary hard rock singer Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, IMPELLITTERI) will play a short gig in Anaheim, California on January 18 at Loffler's (8901 Katella Ave.). This is a NAMM event sponsored by the Fender Custom Shop. FretFest 2008 is a benefit show for Fender's Kids Rock Free program. Although the NAMM show is not open to the general public, the FretFest show is. However, you must be at least 21 years old and prepared to pay a $10 admission. All proceeds from the door go directly to Kids Rock Free. ALCATRAZZ will have T-shirts for sale at this concert.

As previously reported, the TAZ TAYLOR BAND, featuring Graham Bonnet, will undertake a European tour in March and April 2008. The trek will kick off March 5 at the The Robin in Bilston, England. After that, several countries are on the schedule, including additional UK shows, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, and more. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.

TAZ TAYLOR BAND's latest album, "Welcome to America", was released last year via Escape Music.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of TAZ TAYLOR BAND performing with Graham Bonnet:


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