Ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN To Appear At Tsunami Relief Concert

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and current RING OF FIRE singer Mark Boals will sing one song at a tsunami relief benefit concert at the Baked Potato in Los Angeles on February 3. Other artists scheduled to appear at the show include Bunny Brunel (bass), Steve Vai, Billy Sheehan (DAVID LEE ROTH, MR. BIG) and Frank Banali (drums, QUIET RIOT). RING OF FIRE members Virgil Donati, Tony MacAlpine, Philip Bynoe and Steve Weingart will also appear at the concert.

In other news, Mark played with Virgil, Tony, Steve at the Baked Potato on January 11. He sang three songs: "The Ocean", "Wanton Song" and "Vaseline". Mark also joined Philip, Virgil and Tony at the LA Music Academy on January 23 and 24 as a guest vocalist for two songs.


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