VINNIE MOORE Recording Keyboards For New Solo Album

July 18, 2007

UFO guitarist Vinnie Moore has been in the studio recording keyboards for his new solo album with keyboardist Tim Lehner. "The sessions are going well and will be finished this week," reads a posting on Vinnie's web site. "The mixing is tentatively scheduled to start in July or August."

As previously reported, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY bassist John "J.D." DeServio recorded a guest appearance in January for the new solo album from Vinnie Moore. Check out pictures at this location. The CD is being recorded in part at Spin Studios in Queens, New York with Van Romaine (BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS, KANSAS, JOAN OSBORNE, BILLY JOEL, STEVE MORSE) on drums and Tim Conklin engineering. "We recorded 11 songs and it all went really well!" Moore previously said. "Van did an amazing job, and Tim got some really great drum sounds."

John "J.D." DeServio was the bassist on Moore's "Meltdown" tour.

UFO's latest album, "The Monkey Puzzle", came out in September 2006 via SPV Records. The follow-up to 2004's "You Are Here" was recorded at Area 51 Studios with producer Tommy Newton, who also worked with the band on their last CD and who recorded the material for the band's "Showtime" live album.

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