DANGER DANGER Guitarist Offers Live DVD/VHS

November 30, 2002

DANGER DANGER guitarist Andy Timmons has made available a DVD/video, titled "Andy Timmons Offical Live Bootleg Vol. 1", via his official web site, www.andytimmons.com.

The DVD, which contains eight live performances, is "the first commercially available video that gives insight to Andy's incredible technique and live energy."

The complete track listing for "Andy Timmons Offical Live Bootleg Vol. 1" is as follows:

01. Cry For You (Japan 1998)
02. Carpe Diem (Dallas 1997)
03. Electric Gypsy (Dallas 1997)
04. I Remember Stevie (Dallas 1997)
05. Sometimes I (Dallas 1997)
06. Wishing Well (Dallas 1997)
07. Down To The Wire — featuring Reb Beach (Dallas 1997)
08. Cry For You (overdub session from original 'Ear X-Tacy' sessions 1991)

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