Local pop/rock band recorded a song with classical vocals professional

Local pop rock band “Alive Way” recorded a song with popular professional classical vocalist Giedrius Zalys.
June 26, 2014 - PRLog -- Alive Way, pop/rock band recently released their new album “Starlight” with classical music spice. The song Roller Coaster is recorded featuring popular classical vocalist Giedrius Zalys who sings chorus with powerful baritone voice.

Alive Way is a self-funded pop/rock band from Lithuania founded in 2009 by Justinas Stanislovaitis. Since than Alive Way released five digital albums. The biggest and most memorable performance was at open air festival "Roko naktys" in front of over 30 000 people. Alive Way music style is classic rock played with modern attitude, inspired by great artists like Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton ant etc. Alive Way received awards for best voice and the best guitar in festivals "Cia ir Dabar" and "Grock" and also appeared on national TV in international song contest Eurovision 2011 and 2012. Alive Way is best known for their hit songs Amazed By You,  Slipped Away, Summer Came Along, Big City, Christine, Distance, Closer, Hello, Racing The Street Lights. Our main mission is to help people feel happy and find peace in their souls, Alive Way songs represent the journey of life, and in life there is a lot of sorrow, joy, fighting, struggling, all these experiences and emotions are put into songs.

Classical vocalist Giedrius Zalys says that the agreed to cooperate because rock and classical music is very close to one another, because rock came from classics, that is why this music is pure.

Take a listen to new song by Alive Way and Giedrius Zalys:


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