ARK Enlist Former Warner Music Executive To Handle Group Affairs

February 3, 2002

ARK, who feature in their ranks former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN vocalist Jorn Lande, ex-CONCEPTION guitarist Tore Østby, former MALMSTEEN drummer John Macaluso, and ex-MALMSTEEN bassist Randy Coven, have enlisted Paul Ewing, former Vice President and Regional Director for Warner Music South East Asia for 18 years, to handle their business affairs. Ewing has been responsible for the successful marketing in Asia of such international artists as ERIC CLAPTON, ENYA, MADONNA, R.E.M., AIR SUPPLY, PHIL COLLINS, TOMMY PAGE, MR. BIG, JAMES INGRAM, TORI AMOS and PAUL SIMON. Paul has now made his base in Connecticut, USA, where he currently is the marketing consultant for the jazz label Ambient Records, the rap label N.I.T.T.I. Records, as well as pop/dance label Bay Island Records, Inc. and manages the bands ARK and THE SWAY MACHINERY.

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