CHRIS CAFFERY Talks Hot Sauce In New Audio Interview

Mark Uricheck of The Musician's Voice recently conducted an interview with TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA/SAVATAGE guitarist Chris Caffery. In the 20-minute chat, Chris chats about his newly launched hot sauce called Tears Of The Sun; his ongoing solo career; TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA; and the possibility of a SAVATAGE comeback. You can now listen to the interview using the audio player below.

Interview (audio):

Caffery has collaborated with High River Sauces to release an amazing gourmet hot sauce called Tears Of The Sun. This sauce is a deliciously dangerous blend of habanero peppers and tropical fruit. Your taste buds are greeted by the sweetness, then rising like the sun on a hot summer day the heat settles in to make this truly a unique sauce. If your food is crying for help it's crying for some Tears of the Sun!

"Ever since my first world tour in 1987, I have been on a global hunt for great hot sauces," states Caffery. "About six years ago I began making my own. Trial and error led me to a sauce that had something very unique. My fellow band and crew members loved it so much, I would actually make batches in catering on my recent tours. I am truly excited to finally be able to share Tears of The Sun with fellow chili heads."

High River Sauces was created by music industry veteran, food junkie and heavy metal cookbook author Steve "Buckshot" Seabury. His cookbook titled "Mosh Potatoes - Recipes, Anecdotes & Mayhem From The Heavyweights Of Heavy Metal" (Simon & Schuster) is a collection of recipes from the biggest names in hard rock and heavy metal.


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