Acclaimed drummer Eric Singer (KISS, ALICE COOPER, BLACK SABBATH) will make an in-store appearance at Steve's Music in Montreal, Quebec (51 Saint Antoine Ouest) on Sunday, October 15 between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
As previously reported, an exclusive interview with Eric Singer regarding his years in BLACK SABBATH, conducted by music writer Joel Gausten, is now available online www.myspace.com/gaustenbooks. Gausten interviewed Singer for his upcoming book, titled "Albums that (Should've) Changed the World". The book also features exclusive interviews with past/present members of AEROSMITH, PRONG, DANZIG, THIN LIZZY, SAMHAIN, MISFITS, KILLING JOKE, PLASMATICS, RAMONES and many others.
Singer is a major contributor to the book chapter detailing BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward's 1990 solo album, "Ward One: Along the Way". Singer performed on two tracks on the album, which also featured appearances by Jack Bruce of CREAM, Ozzy Osbourne and Zakk Wylde.
Some of the topics Singer discusses in the online interview include former BLACK SABBATH vocalist Ray Gillen, the creation of what eventually became 1987's "Seventh Star" and Singer's approach to interpreting early BLACK SABBATH material. The interview also provides Singer's take on rumored one-time SABBATH singer, Jeff Fenholt.
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