Watch Dream Theater’s James LaBrie sing an a cappella version of ‘The Spirit Carries On’

Watch DREAM THEATER's JAMES LABRIE sing an a cappella version of 'The Spirit Carries On'

Video Dream theater singer James LaBrie Select a capella version of the band’s song “The soul goes on” It can be seen below.

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unbelievableNew single album “A beautiful shade of gray”, on May 20 via InsideOut Music. Unlike previous LPs “Elements of Persuasion” (2005), “fixed batch” (2010) and Non-permanent ringing (2013), which was written and recorded in collaboration with unbelievableA songwriting partner for over twelve years, Matt GuilloryThe new effort was tracked with Scottish music Paul LogGuitarist and founding member of the multinational melodic metal band Eden’s curse.

Dream theaterLP’s latest release, “View from the highest peak in the world”, released in October. Produced by guitarist John Petrucci, with engineering and additional production by James “Jimmy T” Misslin mix and master Andy Snape. . artwork “View from the highest peak in the world” It was created long ago Dream theater Collaborator Hugh Sim (SpeedAnd iron maidAnd stone acid).

Dream theater – Consisting of petrucciAnd unbelievableAnd Jordan RhodesAnd Jun Myung And Mike Mangini She was in the middle of a world tour that ran out of stock to support her latest release of 2019 “Distance Through Time” And the 20th anniversary of Scenes from memory When a global pandemic brought the world to a halt. Musicians find themselves at home with unbelievable in Canada and the rest of the group in the United States. As fate would have it, they just finished building on the DTHQ (home to the Dream Theater) – a live recording studio, rehearsal space, control room, equipment storage, and a creative cell. with unbelievable In Canada, he initially wrote with the band Trans Zoom On screen in DTHQ. In March 2021, he traveled to New York, was placed in quarantine, and recorded his singing face to face petrucci.

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