ELEGY Singer IAN PARRY Working On New Solo CD

ELEGY singer Ian Parry is currently working on his fourth solo CD, tentatively due in early 2005. A posting on Parry's web site reads as follows:

"After spending the past two months putting the finishing touches to his lead vocals and recording guitars with newcomer Mario Zapata (whom Ian discovered via a music academy in Rotterdam, Holland), Ian is presently recording drums with his colleague and friend Casey Grillo (KAMELOT) in Tampa, Florida. Performing alongside Casey is bassist Robert Finan, who many fans will know from the CONSORTIUM PROJECT III CD.

"The new solo CD is rock-oriented with plenty of power and melody. [Commented] Ian: 'I wanted to try something a little different this time even more experimental, creating a few amazing sample loops, but not losing my rock roots, so my colleagues and me are sure the fans are gonna luv' this one."

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