The John Sullivan Brigade Announce 24-Song Indie Rock Opera, Live My Dream Rock True, with 2011 Summer Tour

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The John Sullivan Brigade have released Live My Dream Rock True, a 24-song indie rock opera about a fictional band’s journey from anonymity to stardom, on South Tenth Records, with plans for a 2011 multi-city summer tour. Recorded and mixed with engineer Mike Mulieri (bassist for rock band The Upwelling) at Sabella Studios, the Long Island, NY-based rock quintet’s third CD since 2005 is reminiscent of well-known rock operas such as the Who’s Tommy and Green Day’s American Idiot. Plans to turn the rock opera into an Off-Broadway musical are under development.

The John Sullivan Brigade have announced the release of Live My Dream Rock True, a 24-song indie rock opera about a fictional band’s journey from anonymity to stardom, on South Tenth Records. The New York-based indie rockers will be supporting their release with a 2011 multi-city summer tour.

The band’s third CD since their formation in 2005, Live My Dream Rock True is reminiscent of other well-known rock operas such as the Who’s Tommy and Green Day’s American Idiot. The rock quintet’s vintage, hard rock sound, which was captured in a live studio setting, embraced the rock concept album format that their fan base actively supports.

Recorded and mixed with engineer Mike Mulieri (the bassist for rock band The Upwelling) at New York’s Sabella Studios, the John Sullivan Brigade is led by producer John Sullivan on vocals, guitar and piano. Drummer Steve Glover, guitarist Russ Rogers, bassist Brian Caltabiano and saxophonist Charlie Lopresto round out the rest of the Brigade’s lineup.

Plans to turn the rock opera into an Off-Broadway musical are also under development, as a script for the live stage is currently being drafted. Visit the band’s official website at http://www.johnsullivanbrigade.com for an interactive view of the band’s 2011 indie rock opera.

Contact: Sully
South Tenth Records
Phone: 516-972-7689

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