TNT Frontman To Guest On New BRAZEN ABBOT CD

TNT frontman Tony Harnell has been confirmed to appear on the upcoming BRAZEN ABBOT studio album, tentatively due next spring via Frontiers Records. Drums, bass and guitars for the CD have already been recorded, and the singers will record their parts during November and December. The album, which will have 11 or 12 tracks, is expected to include guest appearances by vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (ex-RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) and Göran Edman (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, GLORY), among others.

BRAZEN ABBOT, the brainchild of Bulgarian guitarist Nikolo Kotzev, will release a live CD/DVD package, entitled "A Decade Of Brazen Abbot", on November 22 via Frontiers Records. The set includes footage from the band's shows in Bulgaria in support of the group's last studio release, "Guilty As Sin".

The lineup featured on the album and the DVD is as follows: Nikolo Kotzev on guitars; Joe Lynn Turner on vocals; Wayne Banks on bass; Lars Pollack on keyboards and Thomas Broman on drums.


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