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Alex Lifeson-produced David Barrett Trio release new live CD/DVD A Whisper to Thunder

Wed, Dec 3, 2014@11:27AM | comments

After releasing a series of instrumental singles back in 2011 including Hollowbody, Sonar and Disappearance, the Alex Lifeson-produced David Barrett Trio released their first full-length studio album back in early 2013. The self-titled album was produced by Alex Lifeson, Rich Chycki, and Alan Parsons. Yesterday the band announced the release of their first live DVD/CD A Whisper To Thunder, which was captured in April, 2013 at a live performance in Toronto. The show was in support of The Trio's first release and featured a state-of-the-art, stadium level spectacle of light and sound, with a laser show designed by long-time Rush lighting director Howard Ungerleider. For all the details and to purchase your copy, just visit davidbarretttrio.com. In addition to the live CD/DVD, The Trio has been working on their second studio album which is slated for release on February 15, 2015. The new album is titled DB32 (David Barrett Trio II) and features 9 new instrumental songs along with a ballad titled Coppermine which features vocals from Michael Sadler (Saga). Alex Lifeson offered plenty of support and guidance throughout the making of the album. This past summer he visited the studio for a recording session with celtic guitar virtuoso Tony McManus who guests on the new album, and the session was documented in this Facebook photo gallery. You can keep up with The Trio by following them on Facebook, and purchase DB3 music on Amazon.

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