HELIX: New Audio Interview With KALEB DUCK

On March 28, 2011, Jason Saulnier of the MusicLegends.ca web site conducted an interview with guitarist Kaleb Duck of Canadian hard rock veterans HELIX. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

HELIX's acoustic album, "Smash Hits Unplugged", was released in January. The effort was recorded at A Studios in London, Ontario with co-producer Aaron Murray and is comprised of "all our hits plus the JAMES LEROY song 'A Touch of Magic' which I've always wanted to record," stated singer Brian Vollmer. The artwork for the CD was executed by Matt Brooks of Babyjack Design, who also designed the cover for the last HELIX"Vagabond Bones".

HELIX is preparing to enter A Studios to record three new tracks: "Champagne Communist", "When The Bad News Blues Come Calling" and "Angelina". The band is also toying with the idea of recording its acoustic show at the Aeolian Hall in London, Ontario, Canada on Wednesday, May 11.

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