Guitarist IAIN ASHLEY HERSEY To Be Joined By GRAHAM BONNET At California Gig

Renowned hard rock guitarist/composer Iain Ashley Hersey is showcasing his new album, "The Holy Grail", this Saturday, March 26 at 10:00 p.m. at Paladino's (6101, Reseda Blvd.) in Reseda, California. "The Holy Grail" is the follow up to the widely acclaimed "Fallen Angel" (2001, Frontiers) and features superb songwriting and performances which run the spectrum of the classic hard rock genre.

Iain's backing band at Paladino's will be the much respected David "Swan" Montgomery (LED ZEPAGAIN) on vocals, Philip Wolpe (IMPELLITTERI) on keyboards, Jerry Beller (JOSHUA) on drums and Paulo Gustavo (JACKIE DESHANNON) on bass.

There will also be a special guest in the form of legendary rock vocalist Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MSG, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI), who also features on three tracks on "The Holy Grail".

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