COSMOSQUAD's Italian Show Gets Moved

Due to unforseen circumstances, the first-ever European live appearance by L.A. prog/fusion metal triumvirate COSMOSQUAD, which was set for Thursday, June 13 at Club Alpheus in Rome, Italy has been moved to another venue in town, Classico, located at Via G Libetta n. 3. For more info call: (06) 57288857 or e-mail [email protected]

The event is being presented by local station Radio Rock-FM who will feature guitarist Jeff Kollman and the band with an interview and on-air live performance at 4:00 PM on the day of the show. COSMOSQUAD will perform songs from their self-titled debut, their just released sophomore album, Squadrophenia, as well as Kollman's latest solo disc, Shedding Skin.

Also on the COSMOSQUAD front, the band are currently readying their first live album, Live @ the Baked Potato, which is tentatively set for a fall release.


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