YNGWIE MALMSTEEN Singer DOOGIE WHITE To Resume Work On Solo CD
WHITE NOISE, the British band featuring former RAINBOW/current YNGWIE MALMSTEEN singer Doogie White and members of MOSTLY AUTUMN, had their recent support gig with URIAH HEEP in London filmed for an upcoming DVD, tentatively due next year.
Commented White: "I can't thank the HEEP and MOSTLY AUTUMN enough for giving so generously of their time and talent to make the WHITE NOISE shows such great RAWKIN fun. People are speculating as to whether WHITE NOISE will tour again. 'White Noise' will be the name of my solo album. I will be spending some time looking at the songs and performances that I already have with a view to finishing the album I started in 2000. There are ten songs recorded to different standards. I am looking at six more, and I will choose the ten or eleven best. Of course finding the time over the next few months may be difficult... but more of that later."
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