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Mit The Syn und Mabel Greer's Toyshop (1965 - 1968)

Seine Musikerkarriere startete Squire als Mitglied zahlreicher lokaler Bands im London der 60er Jahre. Am bekanntesten wurde die Psychedelic-Band The Syn (1966/67, mit Gunner Hakanarsson (Schlagzeug), Andrew Jackman (Keyboards), Steve Nardelli (Gesang), Chris Squire (Bass), Peter Banks (Gitarre), Chris Allen (Schlagzeug), Ray…

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  • Collaboration with Swedish symphonic pop/rock band Moon Safari coming in 2015!
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  • I've just returned from a week in Pennsylvania recording vocals for the new 'Syn' album, 'Big Sky'. It was -12 degrees celsius, all around was white and the snow was coming down like magic. I had been introduced to Steve Nardelli (The Syn) at Francis Dunnery's charity weekend last Oct. Backstage, on the first night, Francis said, "Dorie, this is Steve, check out his song, you're going to be singing it in the set" and there were more brilliant songs to boot. Francis and I had 4 days to get started before Steve arrived, so we set out at the top of each song, listening, singing, debating, drinking copious amounts of coffee and recording our parts. Steve's songs are quite brilliant. Vocally they are each their own journey with startling unpredictability, both melodically and lyrically, whilst the music intricately ventures in and out of his progressive rock routes. I'm left back in Blighty desperate to hear the finished product as the songs have been going round and round in my head!
  • Steve Nardelli, Tom Brislin (Spiraling/Yes), and Francis Dunnery (It Bites) - along with some very special guest artists - will be back in the studio throughout July '08 to work towards finishing the recording of 'Big Sky'. This project will be the modern incarnation of The Syn's second full studio album (see also 'Syndestructible', 2005, Umbrello Records). These sessions, like those of earlier this year, will be filmed for broadcast on various Web 2.0 media portals through Umbrello Music Entertainment, LLC. Much more information to follow shortly at

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