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Gus G to Bring the Fire to The London Electric Guitar Show

Gus G to Bring the Fire to The London Electric Guitar Show -

With Greek metallers, Firewind, on Saturday November 10 2012

The London Electric Guitar Show is delighted to announce that Ozzy Osbourne's six-string sidekick, Gus G, will be bringing his Greek melodic metallers, Firewind, to London for a main-stage spot on Saturday November 10 2012.

A true phenomenon in the European metal scene, the Ozzy Osbourne guitarist will raise the roof at London's Olympia with his ESP Custom performing a full-band set with the internationally renowned, Firewind. This will be an exceptional performance spanning their fourteen-year career and seven studio albums. After forming in 1998, they are now signed with Century Media Records and are currently on a European tour promoting their latest album, Few Against Many. The addition of Gus G with Firewind completes the main stage line-up for Saturday November 10 at the London Electric Guitar Show. Gus G has also appeared as the guitar player in Arch Enemy, Nightrage, Dream Evil and Mystic Prophecy.

Also on the bill is Steve Cradock (Ocean Colour Scene, Paul Weller), Richie Kotzen (Poison, Mr. Big), Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson), Ben Tovey & Will Homer (Rise To Remain), with many more due to be announced for Sunday 11 November.

The London Electric Guitar Show will also provide intimate and informative masterclasses from Jennifer Batten and Soren Andersen (Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa), with more due to be announced to take place over the weekend. Visitors can revel in the huge selection of guitars and gear available to try and buy in the exhibition hall, many with exclusive discounts and offers only available at The London Electric Guitar Show.

Main stage performances and masterclasses are included in the entry ticket price, so there are no added costs.

Tickets are available from and also by calling 01926 339808.





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