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Phoenix Based Pop Duo Eye Talk Release Sun and Moon

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Phoenix, AZ--January 15, 2007-- The sibling duo of Alan and Bob Clark, known as Eye Talk, have produced and recorded three albums with an eclectic range of guest musicians since 2002. Alan is the lead vocalist, songwriter, producer, and he performs various instruments in the studio, while Bob provides additional songwriting, bass guitar, and vocals, to their accessible contemporary pop sound.

Eye Talk is known for their shimmering pop oriented crafted tunes that bring you back to the 70s radio hits from bands like England Dan & John Ford Coley (“I'd Really Love to See You Tonight” & “Nights Are Forever Without You”), Poco, and many other favorite smooth rock hit makers of the day. The duos reputation for releasing quality recordings that feature a range of special guest artists contributing vocals, guitars, keyboards, samples, saxophone, and trumpet performances, have become one of their trademarks while in the studio. Even with a list of esteemed industry veterans available to assist them, in the end it is their give and take vocals featured in every song that makes each album shine so brightly.

Eye Talk has just completed recording their latest CD Sun and Moon, which is set for release on January 23, 2007. The lead single, “I Can’t Fool Myself” will persuade light pop and adult contemporary radio stations to expose the talented duo’s sound on January 8, 2007. The new recording features some stellar session musicians from the heart of Nashville and it will serve as a logical progression in defining the catchy Eye Talk pop sound for the New Year.

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Company: Miles High Productions
Address: 6622 Delongpre Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028
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