Former RAINBOW Singers JOE LYNN TURNER, GRAHAM BONNET To Team Up For Japanese Dates

Ex-RAINBOW singers Joe Lynn Turner and Graham Bonnet are scheduled to appear on a double bill in late May and early June in Japan. This is certain to be an amazing experience for RAINBOW fans. Bonnet will front ALCATRAZZ and JLT's band will feature collaborator and friend, guitarist Akira Kajiyama. Kajiyama and Turner recently enjoyed success on their first dually-billed album "Fire without Flame".

May 30 - Tokyo, JPN @ O-East
May 31 - Tokyo, JPN @ O-East
Jun. 01 - Osaka, JPN - Shinsaibashi Club Quattro

JOE LYNN TURNER band lineup:

Joe Lynn Turner - Vocals
Akira Kajiyama - Guitar
Toshio Egawa (GERARD) - Keyboards
Atsushi Hasegawa (GERARD) - Bass
Kenichi Fujimoto (GERARD) - Drums


Graham Bonnet - Vocals
Howie Simon - Guitar
Glen Sobel - Drums
Tim Luce - Bass


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