DAVID SHANKLE GROUP Seeking Singer, Keyboardist

DSG (DAVID SHANKLE GROUP), the new project formed by former MANOWAR guitarist David Shankle, are currently looking for a singer/songwriter and keyboardist/songwriter. "Keyboardist should have experience in orchestration, sampling, strong songwriting abilities and serious chops," reads a posting on the group's web site. "Singer should have killer voice, songwriting ability, the metal look and the balls to rock the world." To apply, please submit your demo material to: Magic Circle Music PO Box 7214 Auburn, NY 13022, USA.

DAVID SHANKLE GROUP's debut album, "Ashes To Ashes", was released in June 2003 through MANOWAR's Magic Circle Music. The CD reportedly features "a broad mix of exceptional heavy metal songs, speedy instrumentals, and epic ballads in true heavy-metal fashion."

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