JEFF SCOTT SOTO: New Solo Album On The Way

In addition to his brand-new, as-yet-unnamed project with Neal Schon and Deen Castronovo (both of JOURNEY) and Marco Mendoza (WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER, THIN LIZZY), singer Jeff Scott Soto has started recording his highly anticipated third solo album, tentatively titled "Lost In The Translation".

Jeff has confirmed that Neal Schon will co-write a song and appear on the album, along with the members of the classic line-up (Howie Simon on guitar, Gary Schutt on bass and guitar and drummer Alex Papa) of the Jeff Scott Soto band who performed on 2002's "Prism" and the European stages of Jeff's 2003 tour .

Soto promises a heavier and more rocking release, but still firmly set in the melodic rock mood.

Jeff will return to Brazil with the full line-up to do two shows (one regular set, second acoustic) on Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27. Other dates in South America (Argentina and possibly Chile) are being looked into as well.


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