TESLA Covers LED ZEPPELIN's 'Thank You'; Video Available

TESLA's video for its cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Thank You" has been posted at YouTube. The song is the first single off TESLA's covers album, "Real to Reel", which is being released today (June 5) on the band's Tesla Electric Company Recordings (Ryko Distribution).

TESLA will be the featured guests on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" airing Wednesday, June 6. The band will perform a live set during the program. The live show begins at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET, and fans are encouraged to call in with questions during the program at (800) 344-ROCK (7625). To find a station near you, check out www.rocklineradio.com.

TESLA has posted online some of the songs on "Real to Reel". In addition to LED ZEPPELIN's "Thank You", the band has posted online full versions of their covers of the JAMES GANG's "Walk Away", "Ball of Confusion" by THE TEMPTATIONS, and "Rock Bottom" by UFO. The tracks can be accessed at the new web site TeslaRealToReel.com. The band has also posted three songs at its MySpace page. "Thank You", DEEP PURPLE's "Space Truckin'", TRAFFIC's "Dear Mr. Fantasy", and THE BEATLES' "I've Got a Feeling" can be listened to at www.myspace.com/teslatheband. "Real to Reel" also includes songs originally made famous by the GUESS WHO, THIN LIZZY, ROBIN TROWER, URIAH HEEP, DEREK & THE DOMINOS, and THE ROLLING STONES.

TESLA has recorded a second covers album, with the title "Reel Two", which will be given to fans at their North American tour stops beginning June 7 in Santa Rosa, California. That collection features tracks originally recorded by MOTT THE HOOPLE, MONTROSE, BAD COMPANY, BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE, THE ROLLING STONES, ALICE COOPER, SLY & THE FAMILY STONE, PETER FRAMPTON, ZZ TOP, AEROSMITH, LYNYRD SKYNYRD, and BLACK SABBATH.

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