Los Angeles-based BALL, featuring former OZZY OSBOURNE drummer Brian Tichy (on guitar/vocals, no less!), are currently searching for a bass player. BALL had recorded and mastered a CD's worth of material, entitled Mirror Down (formerly American Aggression), for Time Bomb Recordings back in September 2000, but because of the label's lack of proper distribution, have since parted ways with the company and are currently seeking a new deal. BALL had previously done live performances with several guest bassists filling in on a part-time basis, including former POWERMAN 5000 four-stringer Dorian Heartsong, among others. Interested parties can send CDs, tapes, photos, and bios to BALL CENTRAL/BASS PLAYAH c/o Randy Canis, 10 South Broadway Suite 2000, St. Louis, MO 63102. For more info, click here.
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