Steve Walsh

"Dark Day "

released on 22-05-2007

 

 

1. Dark Day
2. Faule dr Roane

 

MusicAndVideo.tv announces the release of two new songs from Kansas lead singer Steve Walsh. The tracks will be released as hi quality MP3s without DRM. Players include Joel Kosche from Collective Soul, David Ragsdale from Kansas and studio veteran drummer Joe Franco. Somers, NY (Billboard Publicity Wire) May 22, 2007 – Production company MusicAndVideo.tv today released two brand new songs from Kansas lead singer and keyboardist Steve Walsh. The two songs, Dark Day and Faule Dr Roane represent the latest creative output from the legendary Walsh and an all-star collection of players. Both tracks have been encoded to deliver the highest quality MP3 available and will also be available as a standard quality MP3. MusicAndVideo.tv elected to forego any Digital Rights Management (DRM) scheme and put their efforts into providing a very high quality product complete with artwork and liner notes that will be emailed to all purchasers of the two song bundle. “We wanted to make sure to provide Steve’s fans with the highest quality product possible and make available all of the ‘trimmings’ that we used to enjoy with LPs and CDs” notes Producer/Engineer Jim Roberts. “Combining one of the most recognizable voices in rock and roll with a fresh new sound, makes this an important edition to the Steve Walsh catalog.” says Executive Producer Larry Stock. Joel Kosche, lead guitarist for multi-platinum recording artist Collective Soul, played guitar and bass. Studio veteran and double bass drum technique pioneer, Joe Franco, handled the drumming and Kansas violinist David Ragsdale was tapped to add the violin parts. Premium quality MP3s of Dark Day and Faule Dr Roane with exclusive artwork are available for purchase via the company website, www.musicandvideo.tv. The songs will also be available worldwide via iTunes, Sony Connect, Napster and Rhapsody in July 2007. Walsh wrote Dark Day while watching the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina unfold on television. A portion of the profits from Dark Day will be donated to the Louisiana Association of Student Nurses. The healthcare infrastructure in the New Orleans has a significant shortage of nursing staff. Today’s student nurses are part of the team that will rebuild the infrastructure for the future.