Singer CHRIS LOGAN Lays Down Vocals For 'Crazy' Movie Soundtrack

April 15, 2005

MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP (MSG) singer Chris Logan spent time in the studio in February laying down his vocals for the soundtrack to the movie "Crazy". "It is the Hank Garland story," Logan writes on his web site.

"For those unfamiliar with the name, Hank Garland was a prolific guitar player of the '50s and '60s," the singer continues. "A major portion of his work was done with with Elvis Presley, so I did a couple Elvis songs for the movie. Quite an interesting singer, Elvis was. I had always goofed around singing like him as a kid, but I'd never taken a serious approach to it until recording these tunes. The man was quite simply a genious — an amazing vocalist who was far ahead of his time."

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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