Guitarist BERNIE TORME Continues Work On New Album

Legendary guitarist Bernie Torme (OZZY OSBOURNE, GILLAN, Dee Snider's DESPERADO) is continuing work on a new solo album which he started back in 2003, according to an update issued by Bob Schaffer's Torme fan site The Wild West. The CD is close to completion and Torme is said to be considering how it will be released. An early 2005 release is expected. In addition, Bernie has said in several interviews that he is talking to bassist John McCoy (ex-GILLAN, MCCOY, MAMMOTH, BELLADONNA) and drummer Mick Underwood (GILLAN) about collaborating with them in a new band. Yet another project involves an exploration with an Australian electonica outfit, PSYBURBIA. Lastly, Torme is said to be putting together a collection of live shows and videos for potential DVD release.


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