Reformed ALCATRAZZ Announces California Date, Plans To Release New Album

The reformed ALCATRAZZ, led by legendary vocalist Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, IMPELLITTERI), has announced a headlining concert at Paladino's in Tarzana, California on Friday, May 25 at 11:00 p.m. Bonnet is joined in the new group by guitarist Howie Simon, drummer Glen Sobel and bassist Tim Luce.

ALCATRAZZ is is currently writing material for a new CD, to be released later in 2007. The band's high-energy live show will incorporate all the ALCATRAZZ classics, as well as highlights from Graham Bonnet's years with RAINBOW, MSG and IMPELLITTERI.

Upcoming ALCATRAZZ shows:

May 25 - Paladino's - Tarzana, California
May 30 - O-East - Tokyo, Japan
May 31 - O-East - Tokyo, Japan
Jun. 01 - Club Quattro - Osaka, Japan

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