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Chris Caffery, Michael Angelo Batio, Kee Marcello and More Guest On New Instrumental Album

The new CD from Chicago-based British guitarist Andrew Bordoni called simply "Andrew Bordoni & Friends" will be released June 2007 and is currently only available for pre-order at andrewbordoniandfriends.com. The entirely instrumental album will feature guest appearances from some of today's best metal and rock guitarists including:

Michael Angelo Batio
Chris Caffery (Savatage, Doctor Butcher, Trans-Siberian Orchestra)
Kee Marcello (Ex- Europe - K2)
Dave Weiner (Steve Vai Band)
Lars Eric Mattsson
Matt Konfirst (Independent Artist)
Will Scarlett ( One of Andrew's 16 year old students! )
Ryan Richko (Independent Artist)

Featuring 12 songs ranging from soft rock to full on metal, anyone who loves guitar will find something they'll enjoy on this album.

"Andrew Bordoni & Friends" will be released independently and will be available at the following websites:

I-Tunes, Rhapsody, Napster and most major download websites.

The profits of the CD will go into supporting the "Beyond Music - Creative & Interactive Music School" created and founded by Andrew Bordoni.

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1. CrawfordTexasJingoJango writes:

If these has-beens recorded an album with Kittie and Lordi, it'd still be better than the new NIN album.

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2. Ostracised writes:

With Batio, Caffery, and Weiner on there it'll definitely be a shred fest!

Now Playing:"Vengeance is Mine" from Iced Earth

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