Warriors Of Metal Fest's ShredHead 2010 To Feature JOE STUMP, MATTHEW MILLS, CURRAN MURPHY, JIM DOFKA And More

April 7, 2010, 8 years ago

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The 3rd annual Warriors Of Metal Fest (June 25th & 26th at the RossCounty Fairgrounds in Chillicothe, Ohio) has announced that the participation of several high class shredders has been secured for this year's shred fest within the Metal Fest.

ShredHead 2010 will feature the shred lord himself, JOE STUMP, and fretboard speedster MATTHEW MILLS. Additionally, Christina Crago of the all female Cleveland, Ohio metal band LEVEL-C, Michael Miller of H.A.T.E., and Curran Murphy (formerly of NEVERMORE and ANNIHILATOR).

These artists will hold improvisational jam sessions throughout the fest with a selected group of amateur shredders and on both nights of the fest a special set will have all these shredders plus long time shredding artist, JIM DOFKA, play some well known covers to showcase their fretboard virtuosity.

The vocal duties for the special sets will be performed by none other than the powerful metal voice of Greg "Wags" Wagner of Auburn Records' H.A.T.E.

To create additional excitement for their appearance at this year's festival, two guitar clinics have been arranged at Sam Ash stores in the region.

On Thursday, June 24th, from 6 - 8 PM, the Sam Ash store in Cincinnati, OH (11805 Commons Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45246-2553, Ph: (513) 671-4500) will feature James D. Gilmore, Matthew Mills and Joe Stump; and on Friday, June 25th, from 3 - 5 PM the Sam Ash store in Columbus, OH (1690 Morse Road, Columbus, OH 43229-6502, Ph:(614) 436 3919) will feature Curran Murphy, Matthew Mills, and Joe Stump.

To find out more about Warriors Of Metal Fest III Open Air and to purchase advanced tickets, visit this location.



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