Guitar Legend Bernie Tormé Releases New Single ‘Come the Revolution’

Come the Revolution’ is the first track taken from Bernie’s brand-new double album ‘Shadowland’.

Recorded earlier this year at Barnroom Studios, ‘Shadowland’ is the first release from Bernie’s new trio. The album also features a guest appearance from Bernie’s former Gillan bandmate, Colin Towns. Bernie hits the road in the UK for the final time starting November 22nd!

Bernie Tormé ‘The Final Fling’ UK 2018

22nd Nov – Facebar, Reading

23rd Nov – Queen Vic, South Shields

24th Nov – Winterstorm Festival, Troon

25th Nov – Bannermans, Edinburgh

27th Nov – Robin II, Bilston, Wolverhampton

28th Nov – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

29th Nov – Lanterns, Folkestone

30th Nov – The Blackheart, London

1st Dec – The Bear, Weston-super-Mare

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Guitar legend, blues rock psychedelic shredmeister, glam punk sleaze rock frontman: Bernie Tormé has enjoyed a long and remarkable career. Hit records, world tours and international acclaim came as lead guitarist in Gillan. After which, Bernie stepped in for Ozzy Osbourne in the aftermath of guitar legend Randy Rhoads‘ tragic death before going on to front Electric Gypsies and Tormé. Teaming up with Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider and Iron Maiden’s drummer Clive Burr, Bernie put together Desperado and later reunited with ex-Gillan colleague, John McCoy and drummer Robin Guy in GMT.
Returning to the stage in 2013, Bernie also began working in his favoured trio format once again, releasing three critically-acclaimed albums; ‘Flowers & Dirt‘ (2014), ‘Blackheart‘ (2015) and the 3CD ‘Dublin Cowboy’ (2017) package (comprising a live, an acoustic, and a new electric studio album).
All three were crowdfunded, connecting Bernie directly with his fans.

Bernie states: “In the past you were pretty distant and separated from your fans with a record label in between. Making these albums with pledge campaigns has been a great experience. I like having the connection with fans and getting the feedback direct on making an album.

Bernie Tormé has recorded over 24 albums in his career to date as a solo artist or band member.