GRAHAM BONNET: Paladino's Gig Cancelled

Legendary vocalist Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP, ALCATRAZZ, IMPELLITTERI, BLACKTHORNE) has been forced to cancel tonight's (Jan. 23) gig at Paladino's in Tarzana, California. According to a posting on his web site, "Graham has serious sinus infection and will be on antibiotics for two weeks. Graham has been seeing the doctor to see if there would be something he could do to get through the gig, but now he has to go through many tests as he also has very low energy. So there seems to be no other choice but to cancel the gig at this point. Very sorry for this short notice, but we would appreciate your understanding."

The gig, which was announced last month, was set to feature Bonnet alongside the same musicians he used the last time he played the venue: Howie Simon, Tim Luce, John Thomas and Stefan Svensson.


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