CINDERELLA Frontman To Guest On New LYNAM CD
CINDERELLA frontman Tom Keifer and members of HINDER will make guest appearances on the new album from Birmingham, Alabama-based hard rockers LYNAM. The follow-up to last year's "Slave to the Machine" is currently being recorded with producer Jason Elgin (COLLECTIVE SOUL, MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER) and will be mixed by Jason Elgin, Mike Shipley (GREEN DAY, DEF LEPPARD) and Beau Hill.
Led by frontman and principal songwriter Jacob Bunton, LYNAM is heavily influenced by DEF LEPPARD and has drawn comparisons to WOLFMOTHER. Since 2002, the band has self-released three albums; a fourth, 2006's "Slave to the Machine", was released after the band signed to DRT Entertainment. This album peaked at #21 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and #19 on the Heatseekers chart. They have opened tour dates for bands such as SALIVA, LIVE, FUEL, and PUDDLE OF MUDD.
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