Continuing Drama In Post-CRIMSON GLORY World

March 29, 2002

Former CRIMSON GLORY guitarist Ben Jackson's release party on March 22nd and 23rd at Keegan's Clubhouse Lounge in Sarasota, Florida for the BEN JACKSON GROUP CD, entitled Here I Come, was “a HUGE success,” according to Jackson's official web site. “Former CRIMSON GLORY members were on hand to support their brother, including [drummer] Dana Burnell, [bassist] Jeff Lords, and [vocalist] Wade Black. Missing in action were [guitarist] Jon Drenning (who had to work) and [vocalist] Midnight (who was invited but refused to go).”

In related news, Midnight's official web site at was recently taken down by webmaster Brian “Progcop” of B&B Management amid rumors and speculation about the singer's current whereabouts and his future plans. On the message board of Jackson's site and in several other messages obtained by BLABBERMOUTH.NET, Brian elaborates on the situation by stating that “Midnight doesn't seem to care anymore and we are basically spinning our wheels with him. Until Mid comes forward and asks for our help and acts like he gives a **** about his fans and all of the work [we] have continued to do, we will be busy elsewhere.”

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