Members of the Police/Public Enemy looking for a lead singer

Members of the Police/Public Enemy looking for a lead singer

Postby Mario on 06 Dec 2015 20:15

This was on Reverbnation:

Members of the Police and Public enemy looking for a lead singer:


Stewart Copeland (drummer and founding member of The Police) and Brian Hardgroove (bassist/bandleader of Public Enemy), along with GRAMMY®-winning guitarist Larry Mitchell, are on a search for vocalists from around the world for their new recording and touring project, Audio Rhythm Theory (A.R.T.).

One (1) ReverbNation artist will be chosen to audition online directly with Audio Rhythm Theory (details regarding auditions with be provided directly to the artist selected).

About Stewart Copeland

Stewart Copeland has spent three decades as a rock star, acclaimed film score writer, and composer in the disparate worlds of opera, ballet, world music and chamber music. Stewart formed The Police in 1977 by recruiting Sting and Andy Summers, and also spent twenty years as a successful film and TV composer working for the likes of Francis Ford Coppola on Rumblefish and Oliver Stone on Wall Street. Awards include The Chevalier of the Order of Arts & Letters (France), five GRAMMYs®, and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

About Brian Hardgroove

Record producer and multi-instrumentalist Brian Hardgroove is on hiatus from the legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy. His productions include the extraordinary talents of Chuck D (Public Enemy), Steven Tyler & Joe Perry (Aerosmith), Burning Spear, Marc Anthony, Supertramp and The Fine Arts Militia. Hardgroove’s most cherished works to date are his production of two of China’s premier punk rock bands, Demerit and Brain Failure, as well as the forthcoming solo record from Fred Schneider of the B52’s.
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