JOE SATRIANI To Appear In 'Moneyball' Movie
Guitar legend Joe Satriani has issed the following update:
"Last week I spent the day at Oakland Stadium with Brad Pitt and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. They're filming a movie called 'Moneyball' about the Oakland A's. I was asked me to re-create my 2002 season opener National Anthem for the film. It looks to be a very cool movie focusing on the A's executive Billy Beane. I dressed in 2002 gear, and even used my older equipment. All in the name of authenticity."
Satriani will release his highly anticipated 14th studio album, "Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards", in the U.S. on October 5 (one day earlier internationally) via Epic Records.
On "Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards", Satriani's classic sound is accompanied by a surprisingly rich new texture. The first single, "Light Years Away", is destined to be a hit, alongside several other high energy offerings, like "Wormhole Wizards" and "Premonition".
"Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards" track listing:
02. Dream Song
03. Pyrrhic Victoria
04. Light Years Away
06. Littlleworth Lane
07. The Golden Room
08. Two Sides To Every Story
09. Wormhole Wizards
10. Wind In The Trees
11. God Is Crying
Photo credit: LeAnn Mueller
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