Singer CHRIS HEAVEN Recording WHITESNAKE, LED ZEPPELIN Covers

Italian hard rock singer Chris Heaven is currently working on cover versions of WHITESNAKE's "Slide It In" and LED ZEPPELIN's "Kashmir" for upcoming tribute albums. Other musicians that are scheduled take part include Rowan Robertson (DIO), Gerald Kloos (EMPIRE), Gonzo (ARMORED SAINT), Johan Niemann (THERION, MIND'S EYE), and Daniel Flores (MIND'S EYE, SECRET SPHERE). Chris is also working with several American guitarists on "top-secret" material, the details of which will be divulged soon.

In other news, Japanese guitarist Noriyuki Yoshida will play on a couple of songs on a new Chris Heaven project. No further information is currently available.

On Chris Heaven's MySpace page, you can listen the new version of the REDLYNX classic "I Wanna Make Love To You (Again)".

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