April 18, 2002

MOXY, GODDO and SANTERS will be teaming up for a special concert at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, Canada on Thursday, May 2nd in what is being called the Canadian Classic Rock Showdown. Presented by local radio station Q107 Classic Rock, the show promises to be a “night of hard rocking” featuring some of Canada's most well-respected rock guitarists: Gino Scarpelli of GODDO, Rick Santers of SANTERS and Earl Johnson and Buddy Caine of MOXY.

Fans who purchase tickets in advance, qualify for a draw at the show for an autographed Fender Squire Strat guitar and a 27" JVC television courtesy of 2001 Audio-Video. There will also be a pair of Axiom Floor Tower loudspeakers drawn for all ticket holders at the venue.

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