M3: Filling The WHITESNAKE Gap

M3, the new band formed by ex-BLACK SABBATH singer Tony Martin and former WHITESNAKE members Bernie Marsden (guitar), Micky Moody (guitar) and Neil Murray (bass), have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:

Apr. 26 - Russia
May 08 - Holland
May 09 - Belgium
May 11 – London, UK @ TBA
Jun. 14 - Portugal
Jul. 04 - Portugal
Jul. 05 - Germany
Jul. 18 - Portugal

Commented Neil Murray: "As the latest lineup of WHITESNAKE does not play many of the classic songs of the late '70s and early '80s, M3 aims to be the band to fill that gap." The fantastic talents of Tony Martin, Josh Phillips (ex-BIG COUNTRY) and Jimmy Copley (ex-PAUL RODGERS) will combine with WHITESNAKE founder members Bernie, Micky and Neil to play the WHITESNAKE songs that everyone wants to hear.

For more information, visit the group's official web site at www.classicwhitesnake.com.


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