Former MEGADETH Bassist Launches Monthly Online Column

July 11, 2002

Former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson is contributing a brand new monthly column, called "Macs Making Music", to The first installment of the column can be viewed at this location.

Meanwhile, Ellefson has posted the following message via his official web site:

"Just wanted to give you an update on what I've been up to lately. First off I want to thank everyone who has sent CDs to Ellefson Music Productions. The response has been overwhelming and I've gotta tell you there is a lot of great music out there. I've received all types of material from all around the world and yes, I do listen to it all. There are a few thing that I will be looking to work with so keep 'em coming!

"I've also been hard at work writing new material and have an eye on the future for new projects that I'll keep you posted on as they develop. See you soon."

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