GOTTHARD Singer To Appear On Swiss TV For Tsunami Relief

GOTTHARD frontman Steve Lee will be singing the song "Imagine" from John Lennon with 30 other Swiss music stars (including DJ Bobo, Florian Ast, Pluesch, Francine Jordi and others) on a special solidarity program on Wednesday, January 5 on Swiss TV SF1 to collect donations for the victims of the recent tsunami disaster in South Asia. The show will begin at 8:00 p.m. Later on the program, Steve will be on one of the phones taking donations from people calling in.

As previously reported, GOTTHARD recently inked a new, long-term deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The group's first release through the label will be a new single, due on April 11, 2005, to be followed by a new studio album on June 6, 2005.

GOTTHARD have had a very successful career in their native Switzerland, where they recently received a "Diamond Award" for a million albums sold.


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