New BLUE MURDER Album On The Way?

February 21, 2002

Legendary THIN LIZZY/ex-WHITESNAKE axeman John Sykes has been quietly recording a new BLUE MURDER CD (the group's third) with the help of Los Angeles-based drummer Aaron Fat Beat Rossi, according to a statement on Rossi's homepage at this location. John spotted me playing at the Key Club in Hollywood with my fellow band CODE 7, states the 20-year-old drummer on the above-mentioned web site. We are writing tunes and recording the new [BLUE MURDER] album. After that we will record the new John Sykes solo album (Universal Records),and I might go on a short tour with THIN LIZZY.

No official announcement or additional details have yet been made available by Sykes regarding this alleged project. We will have more information as it becomes available.

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