ALICE COOPER Bassist Talks BEASTO BLANCO In New Video Interview

ALICE COOPER bassistChuck Garric spoke about his new band BEASTO BLANCO during an appearance this morning (Wednesday, October 17) on Central New York's NewsChannel 9 WSYR. You can now watch the chat below.

"Breakdown", the new video from BEASTO BLANCO, the group featuring Garric and Chris Latham, along with producer Tommy Henriksen, was produced by Charles Conklyn.

Commented Garric: "I've been touring non-stop for 10 years with ALICE COOPER and I've learned a lot from one of rock and roll's most entertaining villains.

"BEASTO BLANCO has given me the chance to be me and let loose. I can't wait to have the opportunity to take the full show on the road!"

Garric, current bass player for ALICE COOPER, has been touring non-stop including a current tour with Cooper and IRON MAIDEN. In fact, Garric has contributed his songwriting skills to four ALICE COOPER records, including "Welcome 2 My Nightmare", "Eyes Of Alice Cooper", "Dirty Diamonds", and "Along Came A Spider". Chuck has also contributed to the last recorded DIO album, "Master Of The Moon". In addition, Garric has had the honor of playing bass for Steven Tyler, Rob Halford, Ted Nugent, Don Felder, CHEAP TRICK, Robbie Krieger and more.

"With BEASTO BLANCO, we have set out to create a live, raw power, rock and roll band that will allow us to indulge our influences and imagery that has shaped our collective musical background. BEASTO BLANCO taps into a truly unique rock sound, but still stays true to our roots," said Garric.


"Breakdown" video:


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