Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine recently said in an interview that the band’s new album wouldn’t contain anything “too out of the ordinary” but country music star Steve Wariner has revealed that he has recorded with the band.
Wariner tells The Tennessean, “Worlds collide. It’s funny. Imagine Megadeth with steel guitar. That’s what I did, and Dave Mustaine is the nicest guy in the world. Isn’t that crazy? It’s out of my world. You know me, I’m a traditional country guy. But the stuff I played on is awesome.”
This follows Mustaine recent comments to Guitar World, “There’s nothing too out of the ordinary on the record. I think probably the most noticeable thing will be how my playing with the San Diego Symphony affected some of my guitar work. Learning Vivaldi and Bach and all that, there’s some stuff on the album where you can tell that made an impression on me.”
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