Thursday, December 12, 2013

City Slang: Dick Wagner records song for St. Judes

Posted By on Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 3:12 PM

Former Frost, Alice Cooper and Lou Reed guitarist Dick Wagner has written and recorded a song for St Jude Children's Research Hospital.

The song can be seen here: .

According to Wagner, “In a style reminiscent of "We Are the World," we recorded it in LA with a group of classic rockers who were gathered for the Rock n Roll Autograph Show.”

The song was recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, and it features the following musicians:
Lead vocals: Mark Farner, Trini Lopez, Merrilee Rush, Jean Beauvoir, Dick Wagner, Laurie Beebe Lewis
Bass: Lee Sklar
Drums: Danny Seraphine
Electric guitars: Elliot Easton, Jennifer Batten, Dick Wagner
Grand Piano: Fred Mandel
Acoustic Guitars: Chris Sanders, Scott Raines
Strings: Ray Colcord
Engineered by: Warren Huart (Aerosmith)

The song can be downloaded here and here.


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