TONY HARNELL: TNT To 'Get Heavier' On Upcoming Album

TNT singer Tony Harnell has posted the following message on his web site:

"I'm flying to California on Friday to do some business, hang out with some friends and see my family. It'll be nice to feel that good old California air again. It's been way too long!

"I will be making an announcement soon on a new project, I think you're all going to love it! Stay tuned.

"Also, I am going to Finland in December to record three songs for the new
BRAZEN ABBOT CD with my buddy Joe Lynn Turner. Really looking forward to that. Nikolo Kotzev is a cool guy and this should be a lot of fun to do.

"In TNT news, we are planning to start up again as I said before so after
Finland I will be stopping off in Norway for a week long-writing session with Mr. Le Tekro [Ronni, guitar]. We're looking to get a bit heavier on this next album, which is exciting."

TNT's latest CD, "My Religion", was released in March via MTM Music.

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