Alan Parsons will visit Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for a Legends Series interview tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Foster Theater, which recently received a $1 million renovation.
The new digs include multimedia equipment that will allow the Rock Hall to stream video of events online, which is fortunate for this event, because it’s sold out.
Parsons might be best know for the easy-listening, über-mellow rock he made with the Alan Parsons Project in the '70s and '80s. He dropped the “Project” in 1994, and he’s continued recording with brand-name talent — from the Crystal Method to Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.
Hardcore rock geeks know he was an engineer on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and the last two Beatles albums.
The Rock Hall plans to stream as many events as they can. Check out the schedule when you get a chance. —D.X. Ferris
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