Alan Parsons Live Project Schedule
Alan Parsons Live Project tickets are available for this British rock band that
made it big in the '70s and are back on stage again. The Alan Parsons Project became known for their instrumental pieces in
their songs and depressing but powerful lyrics. This "project" has a revolving set of vocalists that make the project so special.
you were a fan of their music then or just started listening, their live concert should be something you won't want to miss
as the groups' main staples, along with some of their constant contributors like David Pack, Kip Winger, Allan Clarke and
more, are returning with concert ticketstoday!
You can catch the Alan Parsons Live Project at an upcoming show at the
Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida. And to stay on top of the Alan Parsons Live schedule, all you need to do is sign
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Alan Parsons' family carries some pretty impressive lineage. His mother was a professional folk
singer, actress and harpist, while his father was a successful pianist and flautist as well as a notable author. His great
grandfather, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, was the acclaimed actor/manager. David Tree, his uncle, was additionally an actor
for both film and stage.
Parsons toyed with live performance in his teenage years. He followed in his mother's footsteps,
fiddling around with folk music and blues. He additionally was a lead guitarist with a blues band in his London hometown in
the late '60s.
Parsons' destiny changed when he scored a job at the Abbey Road Studios when he was just 19. It was a
prominent move that determined Parsons' career path in the world of sound recording.
As an assistant engineer, Parsons
was lucky enough to work on The Beatles' final two albums, and after he became a recording engineer, he went on to work with
talents like The Hollies, Paul McCartney and many others. But his breakthrough moment occurred when he worked as an engineer
on the iconic Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd. That project opened many doors for him as a producer, working on
successful albums like Al Stewart's Year of the Cat.
Parsons met Eric Woolfson in 1975 when Woolfson became his manager.
Together, theydecided to make records and established The Alan Parsons Project. Parsons wanted to try his hand at making his
own music and released The Alan Parsons Project's debut Tales of Mystery And Imagination. The album was followed by numerous
hit albums, like Pyramid (1978); Eye in the Sky (1982); Ammonia Avenue (1984); and more.
The Alan Parsons Project continued
their success throughout the '80s and '90s and is back again under the guise of the Alan Parsons Live Project.
Parsons Live Project Hit Albums
The Alan Parsons Project has returned to the stage as the group's sound from the '70s
has seen resurgence in today's society.
Over the years, The Alan Parsons Project has come out with albums like: I Robot
(1977); Pyramid (1978); Eve (1979); The Turn of a Friendly Card (1980); Eye in the Sky (1982); Ammonia Avenue (1984); Vulture
Culture (1984); Stereotomy (1985); and Gaudi (1987).
Alan Parsons Live Project Trivia
Alan Parsons has
acquired several impressive awards over his career, including: 11 Grammy nominations, The Les Paul Award in 1995 and more
recently, The Diva Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award in Munich, Germany, in 2012. Parsons is additionally in demand
as a public speaker, serving as the keynote speaker at the 1998 Audio Engineering Society Convention in San Francisco and
the opening speaker at the TEDx Conejo conference in California in 2012.
Alan Parsons Live Project Concert Experience
the beginning of 2012, along with performing live shows, Alan Parsons has been dedicating much of his time to doing vocals
for German Electronica outfit, Lichtmond. He has also collaborated with Chris Squire, Billy Sherwood, Aleks Syntek and Jake
But not to worry; he still has time for road trips. Since 1993, there's a whole new band touring with Parsons.
On these tours, Parsons plays live acoustic guitar, vocals, keyboards including different lineups. This latest manifestation
was dubbed, Alan Parsons, eventually rechristened Alan Parsons Live Project. The name change stemmed from Parsons' separation
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