BLAZE BAYLEY Collaborates With Guitarist CHRIS DECLERCQ: 'A Miracle Away' Now Available

"A Miracle Away", the collaboration between Los Angeles, California-based guitarist Chris Declercq and former IRON MAIDEN vocalist Blaze Bayley, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

Written, arranged and produced by Declercq, who handles both guitar and bass, the song also features longtime IRON MAIDEN touring keyboardist Michael Kenney and drummer David Moreno (BRUCE DICKINSON, TRIBE OF GYPSIES, PUDDLE OF MUDD). Basic tracks were recorded at Moreno's studio in Granada Hills, California before Declercq traveled to Birmingham, England to meet up with Blaze Bayley for the vocal sessions.

"A Miracle Away", which is available on iTunes, Amazon and other digital outlets, was mixed by Roy Z (JUDAS PRIEST, BRUCE DICKINSON, HALFORD) and mastered by Tom Baker (MÖTLEY CRÜE, ALICE COOPER, ROB ZOMBIE). A music video for the song is currently in production.

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