L/P, featuring former DOKKEN members George Lynch (guitar) and Jeff Pilson (bass/vocals), have inked a management deal with STC Management, led by Obi Steinman and Scott Carlson. According to Pilson, "we're real happy with the decision and are already in a full working relationship with them. Of all the people we spoke with who showed interest, they had the best ideas and the most enthusiasm. They are also very energized by the music, which I think is key. They have already started receiving offers for the record, so maybe we'll have a label soon. I'm hoping so, and I'll make sure and update everyone as to release dates, etc. The response has been so great. I'm a little humbled by it all. Now we just need a label that wants to put 1000% into this thing and get the music out there where it can be heard. The magic with this project never ceases to amaze me. Should have some kind of news relatively soon."
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