ONI LOGAN: New Album Details Revealed
According to an update from the Oni Logan Fan Club, singer Oni Logan's (ex-LYNCH MOB) new album, "Stranger in a Foreign Land", will be "pre-released until the end of April." All eleven songs (total time: 46:15 minutes) were written and arranged by Oni. The band lineup for this production is:
* Oni Logan - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, and Harp
* Bekka Bramlett (FAITH HILL, ex-FLEETWOOD MAC) - 2nd Lead and Backup Vocals, and Tambourine
* Michael Voss (CASANOVA) - all Electric Guitars
* Don Airey (DEEP PURPLE) – Keyboards
* Steffi Stephan (UDO LINDENBERG) - Bass Guitar
* Bertram Engel (PETER MAFFAY, ex-ROBERT PALMER) – Drums
* Franziska Urton, Matthias Rethman, and Max Teschner - Additional Violin, Fretless Bass, and Fender Rhodes Piano
* Martin Huch (THE CARL CARLTON BAND) - Pedal and Lap Steel, and Dobro Guitars
* Nippy Noya (STAN GETZ, BILLY COBHAM) – Percussion
* Steve Lukather (TOTO) - Lead Guitar on one song
Oni is looking forward to bringing this show out to the fans as soon as possible. Tour details will be announced at a later date.
(Thanks: Scott Shafer)
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