Legendary Vocal of Rainbow and Deep Purple in Bulgaria
The rock band will throw concerts in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Zlatni Pyasutsi on July 27, in the capital Sofia on July 29 and in the country's second biggest city Plovdiv on July 31.
Joe Lynn Turner began his musical career as the front man of Fandango in the late '70s. His work brought him to the attention of Rainbow's Ritchie Blackmore, who picked Turner to replace former vocalist of Rainbow Graham Bonnet.
Turner's stay in Rainbow lasted from his 1981 debut on Difficult to Cure until the group's break-up in 1984; during that time, Rainbow released five albums and earned hits like "Stone Cold" and "I Surrender."
In 1985, Turner struck out on his own and released his solo debut Rescue You. Meanwhile Turner also took part as guest star in albums of Bonnie Tyler, Billy Joel, Cher and Michael Bolton.
Presently Turner is working with Brazen Abbot, formed by virtuoso Bulgarian guitar player Nikolo Kotzev. Brazen Abbot's first album- Live and Learn was participated by Glen Hughes and other prominent musicians.
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