YAKUZA's LAMONT To Play Solo Show In Chicago

July 19, 2006

Singer and saxophone player Bruce Lamont of the prog-minded, jazz-inspired Chicago act YAKUZA will play a solo date as the support act for DYSRHYTHMIA on Monday, July 24 at the Nitecap Lounge in Chicago. Bruce is scheduled to hit the stage at 9:30 p.m.

YAKUZA's latest album, "Samsara", was released in March via Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Way of the Dead", was recorded with producer/engineer Matt Bayles (PEARL JAM, ISIS) at Volume Studios in the band's hometown.

"Samsara" features guest spots from musicians Jim Baker, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Sanford Parker, and MASTODON's Troy Sanders.

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