AYREON mastermind Arjen Lucassen will appear on the "Swijnenstal" radio program on 3FM, the Dutch national pop radio station, this Friday, June 25. He will be interviewed and will play one acoustic track with Irene Jansen and Peter Vink. You can tune into the program starting at 7:00 p.m. CET and you can stream the station at www.3fm.nl. Click on the (small) "Luister Live" button at the top of the page next to the search box.
The new AYREON single, "Loser", will be released June 26 and will contain the following tracks:
01. Loser (STAR ONE Version)
02. How You Gonna See Me Now (ALICE COOPER cover by Mike Baker and Arjen Lucassen)
03. Into the Black Hole (recorded live at "Stairway to Heaven" Pre-release party April 18, 2004)
04. Castle Hall (special acoustic version feat. Ewa Albering on flute and Dewi Kerstens on cello, vocals by Irene Jansen)
Arjen has been working with a team on a video to accompany the single release of "Loser". Those participating in the shoot were Arjen, Peter Vink, Joost van den Broek, Ed Warby, Robert Baba (violin), Jeroen Goossens (didgeridoo) and none other than "Mr. Bad Daddy" himself, Mike Baker. You can find a few images of the shoot at Arjen's web site, www.arjenlucassen.com.
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