TOMMY HEART To Contribute To 'Lyraka' Project

German singer Tommy Heart (ULI JON ROTH, FAIR WARNING, SOUL DOCTOR) has signed on to contribute vocals to the "Lyraka" project.

"Lyraka" is a heavy metal opera project that encompasses a set of highlights CDs, as well as a 3-D animated movie. Graham Bonnet (RAINBOW, MSG, ALCATRAZZ) has completed four songs for the project, contributing the voices of the musical narrator and palace guard.

Andy DiGelsomina, the composer and lead guitarist of the project, commented: "The acquisition of Tommy Heart has been a major coup for the 'Lyraka' saga. Tommy adds a completely unique voice to go with the character written for him."

The first volume of the CD set, "Lyraka Volume 1", is set for release in February 2011.

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