The debut six-song solo EP release from Down Boys recording artist Scotty Dunbar, "In A Mellow Mood", has just been released worldwide. The effort features guest appearances by Michael Sweet of STRYPER (lead guitar solo on "Memories Never Fade"), Louis St. August of MASS (duet vocals on "Pillar Of Strength"), AMJ (duet vocals on "Tears In The City" and "Something So Wrong"), Jeremy Heussi of MASS and FORTUNE (all piano, keyboards and orchestration), and Jonathan Roketenetz (acoustic guitar).

"In A Mellow Mood" was mixed and mastered by Kenny Lewis (STRYPER, MICHAEL SWEET, STEPHEN PEARCY, MASS, ACTION) at Mixed Emotions Studios in Middleton, Massachusetts and was produced by Scotty Dunbar and Jeremy Heussi.

Down Boys Records is owned by Jerry Dixon and Erik Turner of the multi-platinum rock band WARRANT.

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