Thin Lizzy is currently working on material for their first new album since the death of lead vocalist Phil Lynott in 1986.
During a recent interview with hotpress.com, guitarist Scott Gorham says they are hoping to have at least a few new songs ready to perform at the December 16 show in Dublin, Ireland.
"Hopefully we are going to cook up a couple of songs from the new album for the show. I think that would actually be a good thing to do. I hope I'm not talking too soon," he said.
Gorham adds that there is a new dedication to the project that hasn't existed since Lynott's death in 1986:
"We are all excited about the new record but especially Ricky and Damon, they just can't wait to start recording!" Gorham says. "You have got six guys there that are chomping at the bit that can't wait to get this thing going."
by RTT Staff Writer
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