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KANSAS To Enter Studio In August

Progressive rock group KANSAS will enter the studio in August to begin work on its new album for a 2020 release. The band's first new studio LP in 16 years, "The Prelude Implicit", arrived in 2016. It followed the 2014 departure of singer Steve Walsh, who had fronted KANSAS for all but a few years ...

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KANSAS Announces Addition Of Keyboardist TOM BRISLIN

KANSAS has announced the addition of keyboardist Tom Brislin to the group's ranks. Brislin is replacing departing keyboardist David Manion. An internationally acclaimed musician, Brislin has performed and toured with a variety of artists, including YES (appearing on "Symphonic Live"), Meat Loaf, Debbie Harry of BLONDIE, CAMEL, RENAISSANCE and Dennis DeYoung (formerly of STYX). For ...

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KANSAS To Release 'Leftoverture Live & Beyond' In November

KANSAS, America's legendary progressive rock band, will release its new live album "Leftoverture Live & Beyond", on November 3. This is the first live album since 2009 for the band that has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, and is famous for classic hits such as "Carry On Wayward Son" and "Dust In The ...

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KANSAS Cancels European Tour Due To 'Safety And Security' Concerns

Classic rock band KANSAS has scrapped its entire 22-concert European tour this summer. The group explained in a statement: "The cancelation is based on safety and security warnings issued by the United States government and various U.S. law enforcement agencies concerning Americans traveling in Europe this summer. KANSAS is extremely saddened that the band will ...

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KANSAS: Lyric Video For New Song 'Visibility Zero'

A brand new song and lyric video from KANSAS can now be streamed below. "Visibility Zero" is the second single released from the band's intensely anticipated new studio album, "The Prelude Implicit", which will be released on September 23. In a joint statement about "Visibility Zero", the band says: "'Visibility Zero' is a great KANSAS ...

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KANSAS To Celebrate 35th Anniversary With Live Symphonic DVD

All these years later, KANSAS still rule the classic rock radio airwaves, and continue to put on simply spellbinding shows of the highest caliber. And what better way to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the release of KANSAS' self-titled 1974 debut than with a live DVD, "There's Know Place Like Home", which will be released ...

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Upstairs - ORANGE SKY

You just don't hear a lot about bands from Trinidad and Tobago. These guys are out to change that, and they've got friends in their corner as diverse as KANSAS frontman Phil Ehart and BLACK SABBATH producer Jeff Glixman. They're also touring the U.S. right now with YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, an odd but interesting bill that ...

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