VINNIE VINCENT Hard At Work On New Album

Former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent (a.k.a. Vincent Cusano) has been writing and recording new material at a Los Angeles studio for an album that may or may not surface under the VINNIE VINCENT INVASION moniker. No further information on the project is available at this time.

In related news, the jury deciding the fate of a man accused of killing Vincent's ex-wife AnnMarie Cusano told the judge Thursday they are having trouble coming to a verdict.

Cusano, who worked as an escort, had gone to Gregory McArthur's Hartford, Connecticut boarding house for a "paid date". He later confessed and led them to her body.

The jury is also asking the judge to clarify the difference between manslaughter and murder.

McArthur, 42, has pleaded innocent to charges of murder, felony murder and first-degree robbery.


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