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The British hard rock supergroup was originally founded in 2011 by former Whitesnake/David Coverdale members Micky Moody and Neil Murray along with the perfect mix of high calibre musicians including Laurie Wisefield (Wishbone Ash), Harry James (Thunder, Magnum), Adam Wakeman (Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath live), and Chris Ousey (Heartland).
Bassist Neil Murray says: “It’s been a rather long journey, but finally I’m very pleased to announce that Snakecharmer are soon to release our new album, Second Skin. The band has now found its own unique musical identity and in particular Laurie Wisefield and Chris Ousey have contributed some very powerful and melodic songs, which still have the Snakecharmer blues-rock distinctive trademarks. The band works in a very democratic and collaborative way, which means that sometimes there is a lot of discussion before decisions are finally made, and it was great to have a more objective viewpoint from producer Gary Stevenson, who also fired the band up with his ideas, enthusiasm and sonic skills. We can’t wait to get out on tour and play some of the new songs, together with the best of our established classics, both Snakecharmer and Whitesnake, and showcase our new virtuoso guitarist, the brilliant Simon McBride.”
The legendary Zal Cleminson is back with his new band /sin’dogs/. The band completed a successful debut tour of the UK in November/December 2017 and in early part of 2018 are recording a debut album.
Zal is widely respected for his work with The Sensational Alex Harvey Band providing incendiary guitar and writing on seminal albums such as NEXT, FRAMED, THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM, and others.
Zal also played guitar in Nazareth for several years in the late 70s, early 80s, and worked as a session musician touring with Elkie Brooks, Bonnie Tyler and Midge Ure.
Sin Dogs are a five piece Rock band fronted by ex SAHB /Nazareth Guitarist Zal Cleminson. The debut album will be released in the first half of 2018 and the reviews from the dates the band have played mske this a MUST SEE date in a small and intimate venue.
One reviewer put it like this "All new contemporary material with dark lyrics great light and shade, humour and truth, performed with such energy and passion that belies with respect the protagonist’s age. The belief flows from Zal through the band and into the audience, who are increasingly looking at each other In wonderment."
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