CORNERSTONE: Live Album Update

CORNERSTONE frontman Doogie White (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ex-RAINBOW) has issued the following update on the group's upcoming live album:

"Overall the performances were very good and we had a difficult task picking which versions to use, as someone liked this or that version and someone else felt maybe Take 2 was better. So we all had to compromise and pick the best BAND performance. Steen [Mogensen, bassist, also in ROYAL HUNT] is busy mixing at the moment and the album should be released in the early summer. We also worked on four new songs for the next album. We really are just throwing ideas around. It is an exciting time because we have to come up with some really hot, cookin' tracks."

CORNERSTONE's third album, "Once Upon Our Yesterdays", was released in Europe in November 2003 through Massacre Records. Joining White and Mogensen on the CD were returning members Kasper Damgaard on guitar and Allen Sorensen on drums. Guesting on keyboards were Rune Brink and ROYAL HUNT's Andre Andersen.


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