TESTAMENT Guitarist's ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO To Film 'Bollywood Jam' Video

ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO, the experimental band led by TESTAMENT/ex-SAVATAGE guitarist Alex Skolnick, will film a video for the song "Bollywood Jam" on Monday, September 20 at 7 p.m. at the Brooklyn Lyceum, located at 227 4th Ave. in Brooklyn, New York. For an optional cash donation you'll be a part of the audience for the official video performance of "Bollywood Jam", which will be the first released track from ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO's upcoming CD, "Vetitas", due in January 2011. As a special thank you, everyone who donates will receive assistant-producer credit for his/her participation in helping to make the video and your credits will be posted on the ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO web site.

The "Bollywood Jam" will feature the "amazing trio of belly dancers — Erica, Kazja and Tava."

In other news, ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO will open a series of shows for RODRIGO Y GABRIELA starting on October 2 in Omaha, Nebraska.

ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO's first-ever music video, for the single "Mercury Retrograde", can be viewed on YouTube.

The "Mercury Retrograde" clip was produced by Frankie Fulleda for Seyshi Productions, along with cameraman Christopher Voos and editor Kimmy Gordon. The video complements the "Mercury Retrograde" EP, which is available on iTunes and includes live versions of "Transformation" and "Fear of Flying" — both from ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO's previous album "Transformation".

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