Former TESTAMENT Guitarist To Embark On 'Guitar Therapy' Tour

ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO, the experimental band led by former TESTAMENT/SAVATAGE guitarist Alex Skolnick, will be opening for THE MIKE KENEALLY BAND on the "Guitar Therapy" U.S. tour beginning in mid-June. A list of confirmed tour dates can be found at

In other news, Skolnick will be taking part in "Over the Top: Songs by Jim Steinman", a four-night engagement (June 9-12) at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT featuring classic and new songs from the rock operatic imagination of Jim Steinman, songwriter and producer behind "Total Eclipse of the Heart", "It's All Coming Back to Me Now", "Making Love (Out Of Nothing At All)", "Holding Out for a Hero", "Bat Out of Hell", "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" and many others.

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