SEVEN WITCHES Guitarist Completes Work On Solo CD

SEVEN WITCHES' webmaster has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"The [Jack Frost] solo CD is done! It will be mastered next Wednesday in NYC by Les Paul's son, Gene Paul. He's amazing and Jack feels he'll do the record justice. After it's mastered and ready to go, I'll be putting up the first sound byte to crush your ears. A full studio report will follow in the coming days, hopefully by Jack himself along with the artwork for 'Out In The Cold' in the next month. We plan every few weeks to put up a sound byte of a new tune from Jack's solo CD, 'Out In The Cold'.

"The [SEVEN WITCHES live] DVD is almost complete and will bring a lot of smiles to you all. As for WITCHES, they'll hit the studio on July 19. They're down to two guys for the position of singer. Jack said this is a tough one as they're both amazing and he feels either one of these guys will just crush. There's some other news, but we'll have to wait until the time is right."


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