Guitarist Alex Grossi (ex-QUIET RIOT, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) will be performing with Jizzy Pearl (RATT, LOVE/HATE), Chuck Wright (ALICE COOPER, HOUSE OF LORDS) and Troy Patrick Farrell (TRAMP'S WHITE LION) at Paul Reed Smith Guitars' NAMM 2006 party, to be held on January 20 at The Grove in Anaheim, California.
"This is gonna be a blast!" says Alex, "Not only does PRS make the best guitars, but they also throw the best parties!"
Also appearing on the bill will be Al DiMeola, Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE), Dee Snider (TWISTED SISTER), Johnny Hilland, Pat Travers, Steve Bruton, Micheal Bolton and Paul Reed Smith. More details to follow. January also sees Alex entering the studio with Orange County hardcore legends IGNITE and producer Cameron Webb (SOCIAL DISTORTION, SUM 41, MOTÖRHEAD, SILVERSTIEN) to contribute lead guitar to the band's debut record for Abacus Recordings. Look for a worldwide release in 2006.
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