Twee nieuwe hardrock kerstliedjes van Lost And Found

In de lente van 2023 besloot Simon Marwood (Fatal Vision) om een aantal duetten op te nemen met Christine Colress. De magie leek aanwezig. Simon: “People say our voices fit together like a glove. We did a country record together and charted the first single. And I thought ‘hang on. There’s nothing like this in melodic rock! Het is het begin van Lost And Found, een modern hardrockduo die muziek maakt in de lijn van Starship, AOR. AOR tracks met krachtige duets en dromerige ballads, uitgevoerd vanuit het hart met passie.

Alessandro Del Vecchio werd aangetrokken en het trio werd aangevuld met Ron Wisko (Steve Miller Band, Cher, Richie Sambora, Foreigner, David Lee Roth) op drums, Vinny Burns (Dare, Asia, Ultravox, Ten) op gitaar en de legendarische Leland “Lee” Sklar (The Section, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Phil Collins, Toto and over 2K albums as a session and touring musician) op bas.

Simon Marwood: “My first name was Ron Wikso on drums, who I’d had in mind for some years if I ever did anything solo. I loved him on the second The Storm album and of course he’s been with Cher, David Lee Roth, Foreigner, Steve Miller. Next up was guitar and Alessandro suggested Vinny Burns. I saw him tour with Asia in 1992, and he shreds up the first two Ten albums, so I was all over that. For bass, I said “do you think there’s any chance we can get Lee Sklar”, half-joking. Emails were sent, and boom! Ale does all of the keys, my friend Paul Laine jumped on with backing vocals, and there it is!

Deze powerband begint je te verleiden met een speciaal kerstcadeau in de vorm van Where Are You Christmas? en O Holy Night. Ondertussen is de band druk bezig met het debuutalbum dat in 2024 uitgebracht zal worden. Een album met veertien nieuwe composities en wat leuke verrassingen.

“Next year, Paul, Mark Holden (Boulevard) and I have also talked about doing some writing in Vancouver. We’re super-excited and can’t wait to show everyone what we’ve put together!, besluit Marwood.


 
And of course, the journey is just beginning! Lost and Found is beginning with this festive spirit, and the debut album is planned to be released in 2024, featuring 14 brand new tracks, plus some nice surprises will be revealed soon!
 
“Next year, Paul, Mark Holden (Boulevard) and I have also talked about doing some writing in Vancouver. We’re super-excited and can’t wait to show everyone what we’ve put together!”, concludes Marwood.

Hot on the heels of the comeback of Canadian Melodic Rock band Fatal Vision in 2022, lead singer Simon Marwood, who co-founded the band in 1988, has taken another big step forward! In the spring of 2023, while recording duets with his singing partner, upcoming Nashville singer Christine Corless, the emotions and melodies in the tracks were magical, and a thought began to form… People say our voices fit together like a glove. We did a country record together and charted the first single” – Marwood said, “and I thought ‘hang on. There’s nothing like this in melodic rock!   And so was born Lost and Found, a modern, hard rock duo, reminiscent of Starship, with big AOR rock tracks, powerful duets and dreamy ballads, done with heart, passion and a phenomenal musical underpinning.
Enlisted first was genre veteran and the King Midas of Melodic Rock, Alessandro Del Vecchio, as producer and keyboardist. The trio then enlisted the cream of the crop of musicians, with Ron Wikso (Steve Miller Band, Cher, Richie Sambora, Foreigner, David Lee Roth) on drums, Vinny Burns (Dare, Asia, Ultravox, Ten) on guitars, and the legendary Leland “Lee” Sklar (The Section, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Phil Collins, Toto and over 2K albums as a session and touring musician) coming onboard.  
Simon Marwood: “My first name was Ron Wikso on drums, who I’d had in mind for some years if I ever did anything solo. I loved him on the second The Storm album and of course he’s been with Cher, David Lee Roth, Foreigner, Steve Miller. Next up was guitar and Alessandro suggested Vinny Burns. I saw him tour with Asia in 1992, and he shreds up the first two Ten albums, so I was all over that. For bass, I said “do you think there’s any chance we can get Lee Sklar”, half-joking. Emails were sent, and boom! Ale does all of the keys, my friend Paul Laine jumped on with backing vocals, and there it is!

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