‘Songs For The Apocalypse’ – new album by multi-talented former Saigon Kick member out 22.01.21 (Frontiers)
Singer, songwriter and producer Jason Bieler has announced the January release of his new solo album, ‘Songs For The Apocalypse’, under the moniker Jason Bieler and The Baron Von Bielski Orchestra. It sees him working with a diverse array of musical friends that include Todd LaTorre (Queensrÿche), Dave Ellefson (Megadeth), Devin Townsend, Pat Badger (Extreme), Butch Walker (ex-Marvelous 3), Bumblefoot (Sons of Apollo), Clint Lowery (Sevendust), Benji Webbe (Skindred) and Kyle Sanders (Hellyeah). A full list of cohorts can be found below.
The first single from the record, ‘Apology’, features Todd LaTorre (Queensrÿche) on drums, Kevin Scott on bass and a guest guitar solo from Andee Blacksugar of KMFDM, with Bieler handling lead vocals and all other instruments.
Jason Bieler was initially known for co-founding the Miami, Florida based hard rock act Saigon Kick, who achieved a platinum single with ‘Love Is On The Way’ from their gold-selling album ‘The Lizard’, which was produced by Bieler. He also played in an early touring version of Talisman with Marcel Jacob and Jeff Scott Soto, as well as Super Transatlantic with Extreme bassist Pat Badger, who earned a gold record for their work on the soundtrack for the movie ‘American Pie’.
In recent years, Bieler has been touring extensively as a solo artist with a show that features a wide array of musical styles, absurdist humour and numerous special guests. Together with his brother, he also co-runs the Bieler Bros. record label, which has worked with artists such as Skindred, Will Haven, Nonpoint, Karnivool, Sikth and more.
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