Former EUROPE Drummer Lays Down Vocals On TEN 67 Single

Former EUROPE drummer Ian Haugland has teamed up with several of his DJ colleagues at Sweden's biggest classic rock station "106.7 Rockklassiker" to release the single "Rock 'n' Roll Allright" under the band name TEN 67. The track, which features Haugland on lead vocals for the first time ever, marks the first project for new label and studio Canvas, formed by former KISS Army Sweden president Johan Kihlberg and LION'S SHARE guitarist Lars Chriss, who also produced and mixed the song. "Rock 'n' Roll Allright" is already on the A-rotation list on 106.7 Rockklassiker and the band will soon do some live shows to promote it. Look for TEN 67 to appear at this year's Sweden Rock Festival alongside such acts as WHITESNAKE, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE and SEPULTURA. More information on the label and studio can be found at www.jkproductions.org. To listen to 106.7 Rockklassiker live via the Internet, go to www.rockklassiker.se.

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