The legendary '60s phenomenon THE VANILLA FUDGE are scheduled to perform a special engagement at B.B. King's club in New York City on Sept. 8. The FUDGE, featuring Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Bill Pascali and Teddy Rondinelli, are currently riding high on the heels of their latest CD release, "The Return", and plan to perform all their major hits at the B.B. King gig. The show will be highlighted by a guest appearance from veteran rocker Pat Travers and promises to deliver "a heavy dose of scorching rock and roll." Most recently, Carmine Appice (who's recieved a Lifetime Achievement Award from Sabian) and Pat Travers have teamed together with bassist TM Stevens to form a supergroup T&A, and are preparing a major tour of Europe, which will include Scandinavia, Russia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy and Spain. Touring with T&A will be hard rock sensations THE LIZARDS (featuring former BLUE ÖYSTER CULT/BLACK SABBATH drummer Bobby Rondinelli). The new T&A CD is scheduled for release October 16 on SPV Records.
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