Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now' was a crossover smash in 2010, and a multiple Grammy winner the following year, but it was also dogged by accusations that it was an obvious (and uncredited) rewrite of the Alan Parsons Project's 1982 hit 'Eye in the Sky.'
Conventional wisdom suggests that middle-of-the-road (MOR) soft rock and highbrow intellectual conceits shouldn’t make for happy bedfellows. But that was before they converged in the Alan Parsons Project, which built a remarkably successful career by applying pop music of many stripes to Steely Dan’s studio-bound perfectionism and Pink Floyd’s dreamy progressive rock signature.
Legendary musician and producer Alan Parsons has announced his plans for the 2013 touring season, including a rare eight concerts in the United States. The U.S. leg of the tour will kick off on Feb. 14 in Fort Pierce, Fla. and wrap up on Feb. 24 in Napa, Calif.
Jake Shimabukuro is well on his way to becoming the first ukulele rock star. The Hawaiian born performer has released 'Grand Ukulele,' an album produced by legendary rock producer Alan Parsons. It's a pairing that justifies his nickname, the "Jimi Hendrix of ukulele."
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