BOB DAISLEY: Busy Months Ahead

According to a posting on legendary bassist Bob Daisley's (OZZY OSBOURNE, URIAH HEEP, GARY MOORE, RAINBOW) official web site, "Bob looks set for a very busy 3-4 months with commitments being locked in for a new GARY MOORE album, touring dates with the HOOCHIE COOCHIE MEN in Europe, LIVING LOUD recording and touring, and this weekend recording at The Basement in Sydney, Australia with his old band KAHVAS JUTE.

"For those people who live in Sydney, they will be able to see Bob and KAHVAS JUTE record live from 2-5pm this Sunday, July 17th 2005.

"More a friends-and-family event, if you would like access to see the guys perform, please email name details to be part of the exclusive guest list: [email protected] There are only 100 spots available for the recording."

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