JOHN CORABI Confirms He Will Tour With RATT This Summer

Guitarist/singer John Corabi's (MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE SCREAM, UNION, ERIC SINGER PROJECT, RATT, CARDBOARD VAMPYRES) fan site has been updated with the following message:

"I just got off the phone with John and he wanted to pass on a few things.

"For the past few days he has been in Nashville writing songs with a few different songwriters. He IS touring with RATT this summer as a guitar player, Jizzy [Pearl] will do the vocals, After his commitment with RATT he may do some CARDBOARD VAMPYRES dates.

"As for the recent interview, he wanted to make sure it is clear, he is NOT going after anyone including MÖTLEY CRÜE, he is just seeking an accounting from the record companies involved with his past recordings. His biography, written with Jake Brown, is almost finished too."


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