quinta-feira, 23 de março de 2017
ART IN AMERICA - Symphonic Prog • United States
Art In America biography (http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=1951)
Comprised of 3 family members (Chris, Dan and Shishonee Flynn) along with friends Jim Kuha (bass) and Garry Galloway (added on keyboards in 1996), ART IN AMERICA was discovered by Rick Smith a music attorney with Luongo, Machat & Smith in New York.
Subsequently, the album "Art in America" was released by CBS/Epic in 1983, produced by Eddy Offord (YES, ELP) Album includes T Lavitz (DIXIE DREGS) on keyboards with pre-production help from Steve Morse (DIXIE DREGS). AIA has a unique sound and features a full Lyon & Healy pedal string harp played by Shishonee Flynn. AIA garnered considerable airplay and MTV video play when the album was released. AIA toured in support of the album, headlining and opening for bands such as: U2, Steve Hackett, Split Enz, Roxy Music, Bill Bruford, Captain Beefheart, King Crimson and Gary Numan. The title song "Art in America" can still be heard on XM Radio Station: Musiclab. Sony/BMG re-released the CD in 1996. The influential CD/LP cover art (Ioannis) was featured in the book "1000 Record Covers" by Michael Ochs. Sony/BMG re-released the album for CD in 1996.
ART IN AMERICA is currently finishing work on a new CD, for release in 2006, (indie label to be announced) with full participation of all the original members.