Former EVANESCENCE Guitarist Produces Songs For LINDSAY LOHAN, BO BICE
Former EVANESCENCE guitarist Ben Moody has teamed up with Lindsay Lohan for a song on her new album, "A Little More Personal", due on December 6. Moody produced Lohan's cover of Stevie Nicks' "Edge of Seventeen".
"A Little More Personal" is the follow-up to Lindsay's debut album, "Speak", which came out last year.
Moody has also contributed material to "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice's as-yet-untitled debut album, due December 13 via RCA.
Moody is currently puting the finishing touches on his first solo album, "Can't Regret What You Can't Remember", tentatively due early next year. The CD, almost two years in the making, includes guest appearances by METHODS OF MAYHEM/TOMMY LEE bassist Marty O'Brien, LIVING SACRIFICE drummer Lance Garvin, studio guitarist Michael "Fish" Herring and GODHEAD vocalist/guitarist Jason Miller, who also sings lead on a couple tracks.
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