‘Kinda Wish She Would’ is the new single from Bernie Marsden

Hello everyone.

Some of you will know that Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake, Alaska, Babe Ruth, Ashton Paice Lord, The Moody Marsden Band) is to release a studio album called ‘Shine’ on August 18th 2014. Well, I’ve just heard in full one of the tracks from the new album and it sounds terrific!

Kinda Wish She Would‘ is the sublime new single from one of the world’s most celebrated blues/rock guitarists. A renowned songwriter, Marsden has written and recorded with some of the genre’s greats, including Robert Planet, Joe Bonamassa, Ringo Starr and Paul Weller to name a few, and has written many global rock anthems, including Whitesnake’s ‘Here I Go Again’.

You can hear part of the song on this album trailer video:

Marsden has put his name to over 100 albums throughout his illustrious career with various bands including Whitesnake and UFO and guesting on other projects with the likes of Alaska, Cozy Powell, Walter Trout, Jon Lord and Ian Paice

Shine was recorded with Rob Cass at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Marsden recruited some of his close friends and peers to the recording process including the likes of Joe Bonamassa, David Coverdale and Deep Purple duo Ian Paice (drums) and Don Airey (keyboards).

Bernie will tour the UK as follows with many more dates to be added:

July 20th – Steelhouse Festival, South Wales, UK
Oct 22nd- Jazz Café, London, UK
Oct 23rd – The Brook, Southampton, UK
Oct 24th – The Stables, Wavendon, UK

Website: www.berniemarsden.co.uk
Twitter: @Bernie_Marsden

 

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