Marillion's Steve Rothery Asks Fans To Kickstart His Solo Album
His decision to turn a 30-year ambition into reality comes after he performed a show with his own band at the Plovdiv Guitar Festival last month. Audio and video recordings are on sale now.
Rothery explains on his campaign page: "I had an offer to record a solo album from EMI during the recording of Misplaced Childhood in 1985. However, it led to a strong disagreement within the band, and the idea was shelved.
"While recording Brave at Miles Copeland's chateau in France I was offered a deal to make an instrumental album for his label. I decided to record the first Wishing Tree album instead. more on this story
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