Former ALIEN Singer Bounces Back With Solo Release

Former ALIEN singer Jim Jidhed, one of the greatest voices of AOR, is coming back with his first solo album in 12 years. Containing material written largely by Jidhed himself, the singer's first solo album since 1990 is being produced by Tommy Denander and will also include songs penned by Steve Perry (JOURNEY), Cliff Magness (PLANET 3), Billy Trudell, Bruce Watson and David Young from PUBLIC DOMAIN, and Ricky Delin (PRISONER). Among the musicians featured on the album are Bobby Kimball (TOTO) backing vocals, Jason Scheff (CHICAGO) bass & backing vocals, Vince DiCola (Rocky IV) keyboards, Bruce Gaitsch (RICHARD MARX) guitars, Dave Boruff (David Foster) sax and Marcus Liliequist (RADIOACTIVE) drums. The album, entitled Full Circle, will be released in the fall through new Swedish label Atenzia.


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