FOZZY To Play Nebraska In February
FOZZY, the band featuring vocalist Chris Jericho (of WWE wrestling fame) and former members of STUCK MOJO, will be performing live on Monday, February 23 at The Ranch Bowl in Omaha, Nebraska (immediately following WWE's "Raw" program). Doors for this all-ages show open at 9:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.ranchbowl.com.
As previously reported, FOZZY will enter the studio on February 17 to begin recording their third album, tentatively due late summer through an as-yet-undisclosed label.
Jericho's recent collaboration with FOZZY guitarist Rich Ward, a song entitled "Don't You Wish You Were Me", is featured on the new "WWE Originals" CD, which came out earlier this month through Columbia Records. An audio preview of the track can be heard online at this location. Jericho and Ward also recorded a version of the KISS classic "King Of The Nighttime World" for a new KISS tribute record being released through Koch Records. Joining the duo during the recording sessions were former ALICE IN CHAINS/OZZY OSBOURNE bassist Mike Inez and ex-CINDERELLA drummer Fred Coury.
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