STRATOVARIUS Frontman Offers Update On Solo Activities

STRATOVARIUS frontman Timo Kotipelto has posted the following message via his official web site:

"I just thought to inform you about my activities in the past couple of weeks...

"I've been composing some songs lately. If they will be used for my next possible (KOTIPELTO) album is still a little bit open.

"There's also been some rumours if I will tour with Jari, Mirka, Sami and Janne (as KOTIPELTO) in Brazil or not. That is open, too, I do hope to confirm the tour (or say if there is not a tour) in the next couple of days. I will have to talk to Jari and ask him what is the condition of his hand (for those who don't know: he injured his hand in a biking accident). Anyways, if there is a tour I will put the tour dates/venues on my homepage asap! Take Care! Timo"


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