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Alan Parsons Live Project: Legendary Sound Engineer Talks to EU Jacksonville

Saturday, April 28 at the Florida Theatre Alan Parsons’ genius as a sound engineer for Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon first gained him the attention of the music world. The Grammy-award winner will perform his greatest hits “Sirius,” “Eye In The Sky,” “I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You,” and more. Special guest Carl Palmer, acclaimed solo artist and legendary drummer of bands such as ASIA and Emerson Lake & Palmer, will join Parsons. Stephen Dare spoke with about his amazing career and plans for the future. Listen to full interview here: Stephen Dare: Hey, this is Stephen Dare …

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Alan Parsons – every path leads back to the beginning

When first entered the sacred halls of , the starry-eyed teenager made a bold prediction that he was walking into the career he’d have for the rest of his life. He was right. Parsons recently spoke with EU Jacksonville about his contributions to the music industry and how every path leads back to the beginning. The Alan Parsons Live Project performs the greatest hits from the early years of his catalog with the Jacksonville Rock Orchestra Feb 10 at the Florida Theatre. The original lineup of the British prog rock band primarily consisted of Parsons and Eric Woolfson with a revolving number of …

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