SOUL SIRKUS: Live Video Clips Posted Online

SOUL SIRKUS, the new band featuring Neal Schon (JOURNEY) on guitar, Jeff Scott Soto (TALISMAN, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on vocals, Marco Mendoza (WHITESNAKE, THIN LIZZY) on bass and Virgil Donati (STEVE VAI, RING OF FIRE) on drums, have posted several live video clips recorded during the band's appearance in Boulder, Colorado on April 17. Check out the songs "New Position", "Stand Up", "Soul Goes On" and "Gypsy Jam/Virgil Solo" at this location.

SOUL SIRKUS will release their debut album, "World Play", in Europe on April 25 via Frontiers Records. Also, as a special bonus, the entire first pressing will be specially packaged in ecobook edition and will feature a bonus DVD which will include the videos for the songs "New Position" and "Another World" plus an interview with the band and behind-the-scenes footage.

SOUL SIRKUS are in the middle of a U.S. tour that will take them through e end of the month. A European trek will kick off early May.

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