Legendary singer Graham Bonnet will start recording the vocals for the new ELEKTRIC ZOO studio album in the next couple of weeks, according to a posting on Bonnet's web site. "This will be for a worldwide release on a label to be announced. This will follow with a world tour in support of the release. The album will be brand new smoking hard rock tracks that will please all. It will be recorded, mixed and mastered by ELEKTRIC ZOO guitarist Dario Mollo at his Damage Inc. Studio in Italy."

In other news, Graham will perform a gig on Friday, September 24 at Paladino's in Tarzana, Ca. The band lineup will be Graham, Howie Simon, Tim Luce, John Thomas and Glen Sobel. The set list will cover Graham's works with RAINBOW, MSG and ALCATRAZZ, and, and according to Howie, there might be one or two songs added/changed from the previous gigs at Paladino's. For tickets and direction, check out the club's web site.


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