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Video: JOHN CORABI Performs Acoustic Set In Stockholm



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Fan-filmed video footage of John Corabi — former lead singer of MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE SCREAM and UNION — performing on November 5 at Harry B. James in Stockholm, Sweden can be seen below. Corabi serves up a passionate, soulful dose of both new and classic songs on this all-new acoustic release. Available on Rat Pak Records, "Unplugged" offers five new original tracks, seven re-recorded classic songs and in addition, features an exclusive 2012 behind-the-scenes interview with John. The album features John Corabi on vocals/guitar, Cheney Brannon (formerly of COLLECTIVE SOUL) on percussion/vocals, Topher Nolen on bass/vocals, D.A. Karkos on guitar/vocals, Matt Farley on percussion/vocals and Bruce Kulick (KISS, GRAND FUNK RAILROAD) on guitar (on "Hoolgan's Holiday" and "Man In The Moon"). "Unplugged" track listing: 01. Love (I Don't Need It Anymore) 02. If I Never Get To Say Goodbye 03. Are You Waiting? 04. Crash 05. Everything's All Right 06. Father, Mother, Son 07. Hooligan's Holiday 08. If I Had A Dime 09. Loveshine 10. Man In The Moon 11. Open Your Eyes 12. I Never Loved Her Anyway 13. 2012 Interview (bonus track) For more information, visit www.ratpakrecordsamerica.com. Corabi originally joined CRÜE in 1992 as the replacement for the group's original singer, Vince Neil, who was fired due to personal differences. With Corabi on vocals, MÖTLEY CRÜE released one critically acclaimed full-length CD, which ended up being a commercial failure in the wake of grunge despite a Top-Ten placing on the album chart. When Neil returned to the fold in 1997, Corabi was left on his own and formed the band UNION with ex-KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. For a list of upcoming John Corabi tour dates, visit www.johncorabi.com.
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