MSG Vocalist CHRIS LOGAN To Guest On LEGACY Album Re-Release

April 18, 2005

MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP (MSG) singer Chris Logan has just finished tracking vocals for a bonus track to be featured on the new LEGACY album re-release. The tune is called "So Long".

LEGACY features founding member Marten Andersson (LIZZY BORDEN, GEORGE LYNCH, STARWOOD) on bass and the world-renowned Jonas Hansson (SILVER MOUNTAIN, JONAS HANSSON BAND) on guitar.

As previously reported, LEGACY recently inked a deal with U.K.'s Valhalla Records. The label will re-master and release LEGACY's debut CD with new artwork, bonus tracks as well as future releases through this agreement. Marten Andersson will be starting to work on new material for a follow-up CD, slated for a 2006 release.

LEGACY's debut CD features Andersson, Hansson, vocalist Chris Roseberry and drummer Stephan Emig, along with special appearances from drummer Sammy J. Watson (APEX THEORY, RICKY LEE JONES) and guitarist Joy Basu (JENNIFER LOPEZ, JESSICA SIMPSON, COCO LEE). The album was mixed and produced by Marten Andersson and Jonas Hansson at Mastergroove Studios in Granada Hills, California, with the assistance of Mastergroove studio owner Dave Morse (AEROSMITH, GUNS N' ROSES, VAN HALEN, WARRANT).

Logan is one of the featured singers on MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP's upcoming 25-year anniversary CD, "Tales of Rock 'n' Roll", tentatively due before the end of the year. Chris also appears on former OZZY OSBOURNE/BADLANDS guitarist Jake E. Lee's "covers" album, "Retraced", due in the U.S. on April 26 via Shrapnel Records (the CD will be released in Europe on April 25 through Mascot Records).

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