Crossfyre studio update

Posted: October 16, 2011 in Music
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We have been very busy as of late in the studio with my southern blues rock band Crossfyre, as we’re preparing our next album for a December 2011 release.  The title of the record will be “Iron Horse”, and it will feature 12 original tracks of potent material.

We have added a second guitarist to our line-up in Jaakko Kinnari (ex-Daltons), and so we will be appearing at the huge Rock Legends Cruise this December 1-5 in the USA (Ft. Lauderdale – Bahamas) as a six-man sonic powerhouse.  That’s Kinnari, myself, drummer Danny Cross, guitarist Jay Jay Asikainen, bassist Dan Rönnbacka and keyboardist Magnus Ljungqvist.  Did I mention that we are the ONLY band out of Europe to be playing the Rock Legends gig alongside ZZ Top, George Thorogood, Molly Hatchet, Steppenwolf, Johnny Winter and a slew of other icons?  Pretty impressive, I’d say!

ZZ TOP INTERVIEW ABOUT THE ROCK LEGENDS CRUISE

There are no teasers yet to be heard from the new Iron Horse album, but I can divulge the list of songs on the slab:  The Outlaw Brand, One For The Road, Wrong Man, Rain Today, Crying Heart, Iron Horse, Overtime, Rode The Plain, Let Me Go, Four o’Clock in the Morning, Devil’s Daughter and instrumental French Girl.

This coming week I will be doing the artwork and CD layout for Iron Horse, so that will keep me busy for a few days to be sure.

Stay tuned for developments and official album release news!

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  1. arska says:

    Kuunnellut tähän mennessä noin sata kertaa Crossfyren version Brucen Hungry heartista, teidän on muuten parempi…

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