Tuesday, March 20, 2018

VANILLA FUDGE LEGEND MARK STEIN: SINGER-SONGWRITER-MUSICIAN ANNOUNCES NEW PROJECT!

'VANILLA FUDGE'
MUSIC LEGEND
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Mark Stein’s legacy spans over five decades, and he has influenced some of the most well-known rock bands and musicians. Mark Stein is known as the voice, keyboardist and music arranger of the classic rock band Vanilla Fudge. Mark first founded Vanilla Fudge in 1966 at the age of 18 with members Tim Bogert, Vinny Martell, and Carmine Appice.

His new group, The Mark Stein Project continues to share his music, passion and stories. The Mark Stein Project is a true classic rock experience! Performing the hit songs of all the great artists he’s worked with, backed by a hand-picked, exciting array of young talent that kicks ass!!!




The Mark Stein Project features:

*Mark Stein: Vocals/Keyboards

(Vanilla Fudge, Dave Mason, Alice Cooper, Carl Palmer, Tommy Bolin)

*Mark Hitt: Guitar/Vocals (Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), John Entwistle, Brian Johnson of AC/DC, The Tubes)

*Jordan Steinberg: Bass/Vocals

*Charlie Zeleny: Drums (Joe Lynn Turner from Rainbow/Deep Purple, Derek St. Holmes, Jordan Rudess from Dream Theater) 


Touted by critics as one of the great voices in Rock—alongside of Glenn Hughes and Joe Lynn Turner—The Mark Stein Project is a night of great music & storytelling. Discover a place where a song leads to a story, and a story leads to a song. More than just a singer/musician, Stein is a skilled entertainer, with the talent and charisma to take the crowd along for a wonderful ride of the classic rock experience.



Stein has shared whiskey with Janis Joplin, sung with Michael Jackson, toured with Jimi Hendrix, and witnessed the dawn of Led Zeppelin. His firsthand storytelling that reflects on the history of rock gives the audience a “You are There” feeling that can only be told by someone who has lived it.




The debut album: Vanilla Fudge was the first of its kind to reach the top 10 on Billboard charts without a hit single. “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” was released one year later and went to #1 on most radio playlists, both in America and all over the World! The psychedelic symphonic rock sound of the band was spearheaded by the Hammond organ & vocal style of Mark Stein. “The Fudge” have been heralded by critics as the doorway between pop music and Progressive Rock. Bands including Deep Purple, Yes, Uriah Heep and even Led Zeppelin have said that Vanilla Fudge had a profound influence on them.


Rolling Stone magazine wrote: “There was nothing, even in 1967, like the 10-ton shock of this Long Island quartet’s cover of the Supremes You Keep Me Hanging On, with the lava-flow sustain of Mark Stein’s Hammond organ…” 

Stein has toured and/or recorded, and appeared throughout his career with Dave Mason, Tommy Bolin, Alice Cooper, The Doors, Deep Purple, Rod Stewart, Carl Palmer (in a tribute to Keith Emerson), and Michael Jackson.



The Mark Stein Project will be releasing a new EP & Video to be released in 2018; stay tuned for more details.

YOU KEEP ME
HANGIN' ON

BEST SELLING BOOK
BY
MARK STEIN

AVAILABLE AT AMAZON.COM


SPIRIT OF '67
Latest Release
BY
VANILLA FUDGE

AVAILABLE AT
AMAZON.COM





For more information about Mark Stein and The Mark Stein Project visit …

Mark’s official website at … http://www.mark-stein.com/

Or Mark’s facebook page at … https://www.facebook.com/markstein.vf/


Visit the official website for the Vanilla Fudge at … http://www.vanillafudge.com/main.htm
Or the Vanilla Fudge Facebook site at …. https://www.facebook.com/VanillaFudgeOfficialSite/

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