KENT, OH, October 07, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Kent, Ohio musician, Ryan Kralik announced today that he will be releasing a cover single of the CSNY classic "Ohio" along with an album of new material later this year that features collaborations with world renowned musicians.
Rick Rosas, legendary bassist for Neil Young, Joe Walsh, CSNY, Buffalo Springfield and Jackson Brown, contributes bass to "Ohio" and other tracks.
Also joining Kralik on is Dave Krusen, of Pearl Jam. Krusen joined Pearl Jam shortly after the band formed in 1990 and his drumming style, most notably on the bands 11-times platinum debut Ten, has been among the most influential of the last 20 years. Krusen, has also played with noted acts Candlebox and Hovercraft, also co-produced several tracks with Kralik.
Another Seattle veteran, Keith Lowe (Brad) contributes several hard-hitting bass lines to the project.
War hero and Neil Young protoge, Josh Hisle who's current opening slot on Stephen Stills' solo tour and appearance in the Neil Young film "CSNY Deja Vu" have gained him recognition on the world stage, not only lends his Cincinnati roots stylings to Kralik's latest collection but also collaborates on the joint "Ohio" single with Kralik and contributes a b-side to the project.
Hisle said of the effort, "Ryan sent me a demo that he'd done of "Ohio" and said we should record it and put it out since I'm opening for Stephen Stills on his US tour in October. So he said we should get Rick Rosas and Dave Krusen on it and then I did some vocals and guitar and it turned out amazing. Can't wait to get it out and see what Stephen and Neil think"
Both the October "Ohio" single and Kralik's full length album will be available in physical and digital formats with a vinyl release of the joint "Ohio" single slated for early 2012 release.
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