M3 To Film U.K. Concert For Upcoming DVD

M3, the "classic WHITESNAKE" tribute band featuring Bernie Marsden (guitar, ex-WHITESNAKE), Micky Moody (guitar, ex-WHITESNAKE), Neil Murray (ex-WHITESNAKE, BLACK SABBATH), Jimmy Copley (drums, ex-PAUL RODGERS, GILLAN, BECK), and Mark Stanway (keyboards, ex-MAGNUM) and Stefan Berggren (vocals, SNAKES IN PARADISE, COMPANY OF SNAKES, RAZORBACK), will be filming their June 12 performance at Burnley Mechanics in Burnley, England with a multi-camera film crew for an upcoming DVD. As previously reported, M3 will be joined at the Burnley gig — and at least three other shows on the upcoming U.K. tour — by former RAINBOW and current YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist Doogie White, who will be guesting on stage with Stefan for some numbers each night

In other news, M3 drummer Jimmy Copley has teamed up with fellow drummer Damian Johnson to start a new drum school. The school will be aimed at all levels, and all ages, concentrating on how to play rock 'n roll. Lessons will be available in half-hour and one-hour segments. To find out more, call 07899 923 520.


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