Now & Then / Frontiers News - 27 March 2001
Posted by: Peter Sims ()
Date: March 28, 2001 02:45AM

Now & Then / Frontiers News - 27 March 2001
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BOB CATLEY
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Bob Catley's eagerly awaited third studio album "Middle Earth" is now
out. Autographed copies of "Middle Earth" are currently available from
Now & Then. Go to the mail order page for ordering details. (Remember
to request an autographed copy when your order is placed).

The lyrics for the whole album will be available on the Now & Then
website shortly.

Bob will of course be promoting "Middle Earth" on the forthcoming
co-headlining European tour with Ten in May. Details are also to be
found at the Now & Then site.

MELODICA
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Melodica will be on tour in the UK during August:

Aug 4th -Rock City, Nottingham
Aug 5th -Krazyhouse, Liverpool
Aug 7th - Venue TBA, Carlisle
Aug 8th -Uunderworld. London

The tour will be primarily to promote the bands new album, "Lovemetal"
but there will also be material performed from the debut album, "Long
Way From Home" which is still available through Now & Then/Frontiers.

Ted is hoping to be able to record his debut solo album for Now &
Then/Frontiers at the start of next year with a view to a Spring 2002
release.

MILLENIUM
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Millenium have had to pull out of the Nemelrock Festival in Spain on
April 7th due to the unavailability of their singer Jorn Lande who
will still be on tour with Yngwie Malmsteen at the time of the festival.
The band apologises to it's fans and promises to make up for this
disappointment with dates as soon as their schedule permits. Their space
on the bill has been filled by Dare.

IAIN ASHLEY HERSEY
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RealAudio samples for Iain Ashley Hersey's "Fallen Angel" album are now
online.

GARY HUGHES
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Gary Hughes now has his own official website at www.gary-hughes.com.
There's everything on there from a profile of Gary's career to sound
clips of his material and wallpapers.



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