GRAHAM BONNET Announces Russian Dates With TAZ TAYLOR BAND

Legendary hard rock singer Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI) will be play two gigs in Russia with the TAZ TAYLOR BAND to promote their new album, "Welcome to America". The dates are as follows:

Nov. 15 - Moscow, Russia - Tabula Rasa
Nov. 16 - St. Petersburg, Russia - LDM (The Concert Hall)

In other news, there will be one or more Bonnet solo gigs for the first time ever in Argentina in early December, which will feature not only Graham's well-known hard rock materials but also his early solo works. More information will be made available soon. In between these tours, Graham will continue to work in Los Angeles on new ALCATRAZZ material as well as the remaining two songs for the ELEKTRIC ZOO project with Dario Mollo.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of TAZ TAYLOR BAND performing with Graham Bonnet:

"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?":

"Desert Song":


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