Former MSG Frontman Announces New CD, Live Appearances

SILVER, the new British/German all-star project featuring Gary Barden (ex-MSG, vocals), Bernie Torme (ex-OZZY OSBOURNE/GILLAN/DESPERADO, guitars), Don Airey (ex-MSG/ TEN), Michael Voss (ex-CASANOVA/currently in DEMON DRIVE, bass) and Marco Minnemann (ex-H-BLOCKX drums), will issue their new album, entitled Dreammachines, in September through Point Music Records.

In other news, Voss and Barden will accompany CROWN OF THORNS mainman Jean Beauvoir for an unplugged show at 12 Bar Club in London, England on July 30th.

Also on the SILVER front, Voss and Barden will celebrate the songs of Gary's MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP history in a one-off event in Bangkok, Thailand on August 31st. The show will reportedly be recorded — "just in case".


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