Bassist Barry Sparks (DOKKEN, ULI JON ROTH) has posted the following message on his official web site:

"Well, on Friday night I was just settling down for the normal kind of weekend us rockstars have - you know, watching the cartoon channel and picking the green bits from inside the deepest recesses of my toenails - when I got a call from my good friend Bill Leverty from FIREHOUSE, asking me if I could hop on a plane and play bass for them at a gig in Trinidad. So I did. And it was great! Hopefully there will be some photos soon (no, of the gig, not of me pickin my toenails, silly!). Anyway, next weekend I'm off to Uli-land to start rehearsals for the Legends Of Rock tour in the UK. I have to play real music that's written down - squiggly stuff that looks like tadpoles on telegraph wires. I might even have to use both hands! Somebody help me!!"


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