Ex-DIO Guitarist TRACY G Interviewed On 'The Right To Rock' Podcast

TheRightToRock.com has issued its latest podcast (episode #93), featuring an interview with guitarist Tracy "G" Grijalva (ex-DIO, WWIII). The 60-minute chat can be streamed using the audio player below.

Tracy G's latest CD, "A Frosty G Christmas", was released late last year via his Spooky G label.

The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. The Bells
02. Joy To The World
03. Here Comes Santa
04. White X-Mas
05. Away In A Manger
06. Do You Hear What I Hear?
07. Let It Snow
08. Silent Night
09. Jingle Bells (La- Di- Ta- Ti- Ta-Ti -Ta)
10. Rudolph
11. Chuck Browns Tune
12. We Wish You A Merry X-Mas
13. Merry Lil X-Mas
14. Up On The House Top
15. Favorite Things
16. The Milky Way Tonight

Check out audio samples at this location.

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