GRAVEYARD RODEO: More Original Members Sign On For Reunion Show

Original GRAVEYARD RODEO members Wayne "Doobie" Fabra (drums), Tommy Mesculine (bass), and Perry McAuley (vocals) have confirmed their participation in the band's reunion show that will take place at the Raise The Dead Festival II, slated for October 19, 2007 in New Orleans. Guitarist Gary Gennarro will also be present at the gig, making it four-fifths of the lineup that recorded the 1993 Century Media release "Sowing Discord in the Haunts of Man".

Comented Gennarro: "We had our very first practice yesterday [Sunday, May 27], and it went great!!! I mean, that was the first time we played those songs in over 15 years and after finishing some of those songs we all looked at each other and were like, 'Holy shit, man, that was great! So right now everything is going as planned and couldn't be any more happy about the outcome."

GRAVEYARD RODEO once featured in its ranks current CORROSION OF CONFORMITY/DOWN member Pepper Keenan.



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