CURLY FESTER: Another Show Announced

CURLY FESTER, the Los Angeles-based "heavy blues" band featuring former DIO/WWIII guitarist Tracy G, will be performing at Platinum Live in Studio City, California on February 14.

CURLY FESTER's lineup is completed by Micheal Adams (vocals), Jeremy Masana (bass), and Donnie Rodriguez (drums). Samples of the group's music (live practice session recordings) can be downloaded from the links below:

01. Rock Me (mp3)
02. Superstitious (mp3)
03. Red House (mp3)

As previously reported, Tracy is currently collaborating with "good friend/guitarist" Gratz on an all-instrumental CD, which Tracy describes as "just two guitarist going at it with all flamenco guitars." A 2004 release is expected. Also set for release this year is a new album from Tracy's aggressive metal project DRIVEN.

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