JAMES LABRIE: Video Clips From 'Elements Of Persuasion' Recording Sessions Posted Online

Italian guitarist Marco Sfogli, who is featured on the new solo album from DREAM THEATER vocalist James LaBrie, "Elements of Persuasion", has uploaded several video clips from the album's recording sessions at this official web site. Check them out at this location.

"Elements of Persuasion" is available now via InsideOut Music. Other musicians appearing on the album include Matt Guillory (DALI'S DILEMMA) on keyboards, Mike Mangini (EXTREME, ANNIHILATOR) on drums, and Bryan Beller (STEVE VAI) on bass. The CD also features a special guest appearance by fellow Canadian Kim Mitchell (MAX WEBSTER). Engineering chores were handled by James' old WINTER ROSE bandmate Richard Chycki who has done work for the likes of AEROSMITH, RUSH, and the JEFF HEALEY BAND.

James LaBrie will play three U.S. dates in mid-April before kicking off a European tour with EVERGREY.


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