MORDRED, BLIND ILLUSION To Perform At San Francisco's THE TIDAL WAVE 10 Festival
MORDRED, BLIND ILLUSION and ANVIL CHORUS are among the bands that are tentatively set to appear at The Tidal Wave 10 festival, which will be held July 7-8 at McLaren Park in San Francisco, California. The tentative lineup so far is as follows:
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For more information, visit www.thetidalwave.org.
ANVIL CHORUS, MORDRED and MERCENARY reunited on April 12 at the Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco to help raise money for the family of guitarist Curtis Grant (ex-BLACK CHERRY, AMERICAN HEARTBREAK), who recently lost his battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The show marked the first appearance of ANVIL CHORUS with original guitarist Doug Piercy (ex-HEATHEN) in over 20 years, as well as the return of original MORDRED vocalist Steve Scates and drummer Erik Lannon after 22 years. The "near-capacity" concert was reportedly a "tremendous success," and substantial proceeds were raised for the Grant family. The evening's performances were all documented, and there are plans for a live DVD to be released at a later date.
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