With 3 of his own albums under his belt, Simon Collins, son of legendary musician Phil Collins, decided to try something he had always wanted to do. Having grown up on tour with Genesis, Simon had a rare and unique perspective that inspired him to eventually pursue his own music career. After a decade of writing, producing and promoting his solo career, Simon kept in touch with a handful of musicians with whom he had a strong connection and a rare chemistry. With a shared vision and strong musical bond they embraced what was clearly an organic evolution and decided to bring their creative forces together. That band is now here and called "Sound of Contact".
Sound of Contact's debut album "Dimensionaut" is a concept album about a dimensional time and space traveler called "Dimo" who is on a mission to expand the boundaries of the human experience. The album features a wide range of styles and dynamics from dark and mysterious progressive rock to nostalgic classic rock to high energy a
Bonfire (5cd Box Set)
This box, released as a tribute to the original vocalist Bon Scott, includes the early classic album 'Back In Black' plus "Volts", "Let there be rock - Live in Paris" and "Live from Atlantic Studios". There is also a bonus poster of Sir Bon.