TESTAMENT's SKOLNICK, TWISTED SISTER's OJEDA To Guest On CHRIS CAFFERY's New Solo CD
TESTAMENT/ex-SAVATAGE guitarist Alex Skolnick and TWISTED SISTER axeman Eddie Ojeda will be making guest appearances on the upcoming solo album from SAVATAGE guitarist Chris Caffery, entitled "Pins and Needles". Skolnick will be contributing a guest solo to the outro of the song "S.A.D.", while Ojeda will lay down a solo at the end of the song "YGBFKM". An October release is expected.
As previously reported, Caffery will be calling in for a special hour-long segment each day on May 3-5 begining at 1:00 p.m. EST via "The Vault of Metal". As always on the show, live questions will be taken via instant messenger, and possible chat room interaction.
Tune into www.metalmassacreradio.com, bearcast.bearlythere.ca, or www.bcnifm.com to catch this interview.
Caffery has been confirmed for the Lorca Rock festival, which is set to take place June 17 in Murcia, Lorca (south of Alicante), Spain. His backing band at Lorca Rock will include DORO bassist Nick Douglas and original SAVATAGE drummer Steve "Dr. Kildrums" Wacholz.
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