Ex-MANOWAR Guitarist's Collaboration With J.P. 'THUNDERBOLT' PATTERSON To Receive CD Release

Guitarist Ross The Boss' (THE DICTATORS, ex-MANOWAR) and drummer J.P. "Thunderbolt" Patterson's (THE DICTATORS) collaborative release, "Thunderbolt Patterson with Ross The Boss", will finally be released on CD on August 1 via Poptown Records. The album was previously only available for download via iTunes, Napster, Sony Connect, Microsoft and Hear Music. Check out the cover art at this location.

"Thunderbolt Patterson with Ross The Boss" was recorded at Le Chateau Bow Wow in Watchung, New Jersey and was written, arranged and produced by J.P. "Thunderbolt" Patterson. Musician credits are as follows:

Ross The Boss - Lead Guitar
C.J. Scioscia - Guitar, Bass, Keyboards
J.P. "Thunderbolt" Patterson - Drums, Percussion, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Harmonica


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