The Graham Bonnet Band has announced the upcoming release of a new studio album, Day Out In Nowhere on May 13th. Today (March 8th), the band has unveiled the first single and video from the album, Imposter. Watch the video below and pre-order/save on CD/LP/Digital, by clicking here.
Graham is joined by long-time bandmates Beth-Ami Heavenstone (bass) and Conrado Pesinato (guitar) on this new opus, as well as keyboardist Alessandro Bertoni and drummer Shane Gaalaas. Day Out In Nowhere also sees performance and co-writing guest appearances from Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore), John Tempesta (The Cult, White Zombie), Mike Tempesta (Powerman5000), Roy Z (Halford, Bruce Dickinson) and Don Airey (Deep Purple, Rainbow), to name a few.  
Explains Bonnet of the new album, “Similar to the first two [Graham Bonnet Band] albums, it will reflect different eras of my career, but with a contemporary twist. I’m also delighted to be playing with the original members of the Graham Bonnet Band: Beth-Ami Heavenstone who has been my constant partner (on and off stage) since meeting back in 2012 and guitarist Conrado Pesinato, who’s innate musical style elicits some of my best songwriting. Conrado and Beth-Ami also produced this record which made the process seamless.”
Day Out In Nowhere Tracklisting:

1. Imposter                                                                                                            
2. 12 Steps to Heaven                                                                                              
3. Brave New World ft. Roy Z
4. Uncle John                        
5. Day out in Nowhere
6. The Sky is Alive
7. David’s Mom
8. When We’re Asleep ft. Mike Tempesta, John Tempesta                                    
9. It’s Just a Frickin’ Song ft. Don Airey                
10. Jester ft. Jeff Loomis, Kyle Hughes
11. Suzy
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Graham Bonnet is a hard rock legend with a pedigree to back that statement up. His solo offerings and stints with Rainbow, MSG, Alcatrazz, and Impellitteri prove he is one of the finest rock vocalists and songwriters of his generation. From his late 60’s into his 70’s, Graham has written and recorded three of the best albums he’s ever done, including a reunion album with Graham Bonnet’s Alcatrazz called Born Innocent in 2020, along with two regal, rocking and yet irresistibly sophisticated records with his cherished Graham Bonnet Band. The Book, which was met with zeal by fans the world over, arrived in 2016, followed by the well loved  Meanwhile, Back in the Garage in 2018.
It is with this elegant late-career outfit, The Graham Bonnet Band, that this consummate powerhouse of a vocalist and charmer of a frontman brings us Day Out In Nowhere set to be released through Frontiers Records on May 13th.. Expect Graham to hit the tour trail with his usual passion and energy combining the classics with some new gems.
Day Out In Nowhere will be the Graham Bonnet Band’s third release with Frontiers Music Srl, following the well-received and critically praised The Book and Meanwhile, Back In The Garage.

Vocals: Graham Bonnet
Guitars: Conrado Pesinato
Bass: Beth-Ami Heavenstone

Guest musicians:

Keys: Alessandro Bertoni
Drums: Levi Dokus
Drums: Shane Gaalaas
Guitars: Jeff Loomis
Acoustic Guitar: Takanori Ozaki
Drums: Kyle Hughes
Drums: John Tempesta    
Guitars: Mike Tempesta      
Guitars: Roy Z
Orchestral Arrangement: Shota Nakama and Antonio Teoli

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  • robert davenport on

    Again way too much meaningless copy to read through , I have always loved bonnets amazing voice , he still sounds pretty damn good , but this sounds like a rainbow throwaway… he should do a heavy blues album , similar to loves no friend , or mistreated
    That I would listen too~

  • jeff weaver on

    I have been on a Graham Bonnet binge lately. I used to only remember him from Rainbow and MSG but there is a wealth of material to be unraveled. Its really interesting when you discover music put out from an artist you never heard before. It feels Luke a new release even though it was recorded 35/40 years ago

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