Greg Demirjian Teams Up with Music Legends from Muscle Shoals, Alabama on his New Album, Precious Wreck- Also Releases Halloween Inspired Video

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Hood, Spooner Oldham and Former Steppenwolf Band MemberLarry Byrom Are a Few of Many Legendary Collaborators

Greg Demirjian has released his album Precious Wreck which was recorded in renowned Muscle Shoals, Alabama with a team of legendary musicians well known for working with iconic music artists.

“I was watching a documentary on Muscles Shoals and was so taken with the musicians who played there and the iconic music which was created that I decided to call the studio. Next thing I know, I am recording in the studio with some of the legends that were in the documentary. It was an extraordinary experience,” said Demirjian.

Working with Greg Demirjian on the album was Rock and Roll Hall of Famers David Hood and Spooner Oldham. Hood plays bass on the album and Oldham, who has played with Neil Young for over 27 years and well-known for his work with Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan, plays keyboards. Also on the project was Justin Holder on drums and percussion, Trinecia Hall on backing vocals, Wayne Bridge on pedal steel guitar , Billy Smart on Slide Guitar and Larry Bryon, former member of the band Steppenwolf, was the session leader and played guitar and B3 organ. “It was great to play along with these extraordinary musicians who I now consider friends.

“I decided to title the album PreciousWreck because the songs reveal life and love;sometimes it’s precious and sometimes it’s a wreck. I have written these songs over the past few years; some I play live and others I wanted to hear what the guys in Muscle Shoals would do with them and now that collaboration is part of the album,” said Demirjian.

Demirjian’s first music video and song release is Rainy Night in New York, a Halloween inspired project which can be viewed on You Tube here:

Contact: Greg Demirjian greg(at)gregdemirjian(dot)com 561-805-9989

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