Alan Parsons Live Project
Eleven-time Grammy Award winner Alan Parsons kicked off his career when landing a job with Abbey Road Studios at the age of 19 and notably contributing to The Beatles’ last two albums as an assistant engineer. After becoming a full-fledged recording engineer, Parsons went on to work with Paul McCartney, The Hollies, and many others. His involvement as engineer on Pink Floyd’s classic The Dark Side Of The Moon gained him world-wide attention, allowing him to later meet Eric Woolfson in 1975. Eric, who not only became Alan’s manager, partnered with him on The Alan Parsons Project from 1975 – 1990. They produced a string of hit albums, such as I Robot (1977), Pyramid (1978), and Eye in the Sky (1982) to name a few. Since 1993, Parson’s has reincarnated previously-loved The Alan Parsons Project into a new version of the band, Alan Parsons Live Project. Alan Parsons Live Project has been touring to sold-out performances around the globe performing Alan Parsons classics such as Eye in the Sky, I Robot, and Don’t Answer Me.