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Beasties: A Sci-Fi Rock Opera releases new album "Impulse"

A Sci-Fi Rock Opera Act One - Impulse released across all digital services in conjunction with the first installment of the book series, Book Of Grā.

Following along the path paved by other cult classics, Beasties: A Sci-Fi Rock Opera Act One - Impulse tells the first half of the story, and is just the beginning of a pop culture work of art aimed at saving the planet and humanity from climate destruction and societal corporate corruption. Act Two is being mixed for release in April.

The first installment of the book series, Book of Grā - Beasties: A Sci-Fi Rock Opera, is currently available in paperback and e-book formats on Amazon, with the audiobook version, read by best-selling science fiction narrator, Michael Kramer (joined by Tony® and three-time Emmy® nominee, Mia Moravis), available on Audible and your favorite source for audiobooks, in late March.

Beasties: A Sci-Fi Rock Opera is a story about a rock band that finally has a hit record after

years of touring, performing a free concert in Central Park that attracts a huge crowd. But,

without telling the band, the promoter sold a sponsorship to a corrupt politician, Dick T.Raitor, who interrupts the concert in an attempt to hijack the audience's attention. The hero, Grā (pronounced: Gray), currently a stagehand and a retired singer, is affected by an alien intervention from an otherworldly impulse—which infuses within him a schizophrenic identity with special powers—to make humanity aware of their inner Beasties.

The cast concept recording features singers Dave Bickler (voice of "Eye of The Tiger") as Grā (an alien impulse from the cosmic universe); British rock star Chris Farlowe (1966 hit "Out of Time" with Mick & Keith, also sings with Jimmy Page, Van Morrison, among others) as the villain Dick T.Raitor; rock n soul singer Barrence Whitfield (of The Savages) as the "star" of the concert, Voice; and new-comer Liz Proteau as the female lead Terra.

Orchestrated, arranged and co-written by Bill Holloman (Springsteen, Nile Rodgers).


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