Vocalist extraordinaire Jeff Scott Soto (TALISMAN, SOUL SIRKUS, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) has posted two-minute samples of all the cuts from his upcoming solo EP, "Believe In Me", at this location.
As previously reported, the "Believe In Me" EP, containing the title track (written by Jeff with Neal Schon of JOURNEY/SOUL SIRKUS) plus "a bunch of rare non-album tracks performed by Soto during the years in different projects," will be released on July 21 through Frontiers Records. A new full-length album, "Lost In The Translation", will follow in September.
The extra material featured on "Believe In Me" EP will include the following: "As I Do To You" and "This Ain't the Love", taken from the THREE KINGS demos featuring Jeff with TALISMAN bandmate, drummer Jamie Borger, and Swedish guitar player Goran Elmquist, "Lonely Shade of Blue", taken from the SLAM demos, plus "Still Be Loving You", written by Jeff and former BAD ENGLISH and BABYS bass player Ricky Phillips (now with STYX) for the KU-DE-TA project. As a special bonus, the video for the track "Believe In Me" will be included.
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