FASTWAY/Ex-LITTLE ANGELS Singer To Record New EP In February

December 24, 2007

FASTWAY/ex-LITTLE ANGELS singer Toby Jepson will record a new EP, entitled "Guitar, Bass and Drums EP 3", in February.

Jepson released the first of three EPs entitled "Guitar, Bass and Drums" in March 2007 and immediately began touring to promote them. In addition to headlining his own shows, he was a special guest to former DEEP PURPLE bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes at Shepherd's Bush in London, England.

In May 2007, Jepson was invited to be the lead singer of the reformed FASTWAY, led by former MOTÖRHEAD guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke. This took Jepson on a whirlwind tour of some of Europe's largest festival dates.

FASTWAY performing live at Fields of Rock festival (2007):

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