M3: Live Album Samples Posted Online

M3, the new "classic WHITESNAKE" tribute group featuring Bernie Marsden (guitar, ex-WHITESNAKE), Micky Moody (guitar, ex-WHITESNAKE), Neil Murray (ex-WHITESNAKE, BLACK SABBATH), Tony Martin (vocals, ex-BLACK SABBATH), Jimmy Copley (drums, ex-PAUL RODGERS, GILLAN, BECK), and Mark Stanway (keyboards, ex-MAGNUM), have posted audio samples from their upcoming live album in streaming Windows Media format at this location. The CD, which is "on its way to being duplicated," was recorded during the band's appearance at The Robin 2, Mount Pleasant in Bilston, U.K. on August 13.

Upcoming M3 tour dates:

Nov. 19 - Parr Hall – Warrington, UK
Nov. 20 - Wulfron Theatre - Wolverhampton, UK
Nov. 21 - Town Hall - Middlesborough, UK
Nov. 22 - Patti Pavillion - Swansea, UK
Nov. 23 - Coal Exhange - Cardiff, UK

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