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14-07-2010, 10:35 AM
French producer Roland Kluger is looking for a talented SIGNED OR UNSIGNED BRITISH BAND (or individual musicians) capable of both recording and performing a series of 30 songs composed by Jean Luc Drion and Dan Lacksman, inspired by the swinging London and bands like The Beatles, The Shadows, The Birds, Herman Hermits, Wings. These songs, after being recorded in studio, would ultimately be adapted into a MUSICAL telling the rise to fame of an English band in the 60's.

Auditions: early September

Contacts/Terms/dates/fees: TBC.

The production/composers: Roland Kluger was the owner & CEO of Kluger Partners (RKA) (1970 -1987) - a music publisher with main offices in Brussels, Amsterdam and Paris, representing "acts " such as Paul Simon, ABBA, Bob Dylan, Boney M, Depeche Mode "major" international publishers such as Colombia Pictures, MCA, United Artists, Peter Waterman-and a Record company with international million sellers "hits" such as Ca plane pour moi, Jungle Fever, Disco Samba. and acts such as Chakachas, Plastic Bertrand, Telex, Two Man Sound, Lou, Jimmy Frey, Ann Christy.Roland was also Co-owner and CEO of Morgan Studios in Brussels, where famous acts such as Black Sabbath, Rod Steward, Focus, Andrew Lloyd Webber or Will Tura recorded their albums.
Dan Lacksman is a synthesizer devotee who has had three major stages in his career : first as a solo artist (with Dan Lacksman Association), then as a member of the successful and witty Telex. In the nineties, he came to the forefront once again through his work as a producer for the French project Deep Forest, a mix between the African chants of the rain forest and current technology, and produced their critically acclaimed and very well selling debut album. As a solo artist, he recorded 7 singles (and also one together with Two Man Sound, another Belgian group) and one album. The core of his sound was the Moog synthesizer."
Jean-Luc Drion made the arrangements for Karen Cheryl, Chocolats, Ceronne and Patrick Hernandez' Born to be alive.
He also composed and produced albums for Monte Kristo and Magazine 60 (Don Quichotte).


CHARISMATIC YOUNG MALE MUSICIANS: aged from 18 to 25 years old, to fill the following roles:
- 2 guitarists / singers
- 1 bass player / singer
- 1 pianist / singer
- 1 drummer (preferably singer)

Candidates should apply immediately by submiting: a video and (or) audio clips showcasing their musical and acting talent plus a recent photo of themselves and a covering letter, to:

15-11-2011, 12:37 AM