TESLA Guitarist Working On Solo Project

January 17, 2004

TESLA guitarist Frank Hannon is currently working on a record with his band KALEIDOSCOPE. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Cars on Mars" and "1985", the latter of which is being described as "a tribute to '80s rock."

Before the TESLA tour starts up in March, Frank will be playing a couple of solo dates. They are as follows:

Feb. 09 - Palms Casino Resort - Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 28 - Powerhouse Pub - Folsom, CA

As previously reported, TESLA will release their eagerly anticipated new studio album, "Into the Now", on Sanctuary Records on March 9, 2004. The original lineup of Hannon, vocalist Jeff Keith, guitarist Tommy Skeoch, bass guitarist Brian Wheat and drummer Troy Luccketta spent more than two years writing and recording "Into the Now". TESLA co-produced the album with Michael Rosen.

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