Former THE ALMIGHTY Singer Records New Material

Former THE ALMIGHTY frontman Ricky Warwick has completed work on two brand new extra tracks for the forthcoming release of his solo effort "Tattoos & Alibis". They are "Can't Live With Maybe" (described as "a real rocker" and one which Ricky has been playing live) and "Minor Miracles".

Unfortunately, due to a lack of time between the legs of the current tour, DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell and bassist Rick Savage did not feature on the recordings, which were once again produced by DEF LEPPARD frontman Joe Elliott and Ronan McHugh, with Joe singing backing vocals and Ronan playing drums on "Can't Live With Maybe". Ricky has also just done a photo shoot in Los Angeles with world-renowned photographer Paul Brown (who has to his credit MARILYN MANSON, COAL CHAMBER, JERRY CANTRELL). Paul will also be working on the new album cover.


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