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Published:August 30th, 2007 14:09 EST
ANTHONY WAL's self-titled EP has just been released on iTunes

ANTHONY WAL's self-titled EP has just been released on iTunes

By SOP newswire

ANTHONY WAL`s self-titled EP has just been released and it is NOW available exclusively at iTunes stores in 22 countries!  After a few delays, the band managed to get a few tracks in order and release them as an EP while working on a bunch of new material that promises to impress with incredibly vivid lyrics and infectious hooks.  Wal is really keen on inventing out-of-the-ordinary expressions and he is planning to include many of them in his next CD.

Recently, Wal has been working with long-time friend and music mentor, D.K. Ryu " a phenomenal jazz musician from South Korea who now makes his home in Montreal (QC), Canada.  Wal has always been motivated and inspired by his musicianship and attitude towards music.  Ryu, a highly respected musician and master in musical theory in the Montreal area, has done a lot of work with various musicians, including a performance at the famous Montreal International Jazz Festival. 

Wal is also working closely with Ben Senécal, a Montreal-based DJ and sound man.  These best pals have been looking at ideas on adding some exciting sparks to Wal`s live acoustic sets and studio recordings.  Senécal, who has years of experience as a DJ, has a private business in Montreal (QC) that specializes in events and music production.

Buy the ANTHONY WAL "EP` online:  www.apple.com/itunes
or access the iTunes Store through your personal iTunes program.
Keep music and passion alive!

Links:
For further information on Anthony Wal, D.K. Ryu, or Ben Senécal, please contact us:  awssc@anthonywalmusic.com (include name in subject)

Website:  www.anthonywalmusic.com   MySpace:  www.myspace.com/anthonywal

For fans in the Montreal, Ottawa, and Quebec areas, look for ANTHONY WAL on Facebook - www.facebook.com - for up-to-date information on local shows.