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Orange adds more endorsees

Ronnie Dungan
Orange adds more endorsees

New to the ranks of Orange devotees are Tom Peterson of Cheap Trick, and Earl Slick, who has worked with John Lennon and David Bowie among others and has now joined the latest New York Dolls line-up.

Also added are Tommy Henriksen, guitarist with the Alice Cooper band, plus Scott Holiday and Robin Everhart from the Rival Sons who are nominated for Best New Band and Album of the Year at the forthcoming Classic Rock awards.

Further signings include Grammy award-winning bands with Mike Shinoda from Linkin Park and Fred Durst with Limp Bizkit. In addition, there is also Frankie Poullain, bassist with the recently reformed The Darkness, and James Alexander O’Gorman from Scouting for Girls.

Finally, the firm has signed Maciek Ofstad, Bjarte Lund Rolland, Vidar Landa from the Norwegian band Kvelertak who were presented with two Spellemann Awards - a prestigious Norwegian music award similar to the American Grammy Award - for Best Newcomer and Best Rock Band.
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Tags: orange , the darkness , john lennon , david bowie , cheap trick , earl slick , limp bizkit , linkin park , new york dolls , rival sons

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