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LOS ANGELES CA (Sound of the Blue Heart Official Website/ - After two decades, over a dozen albums, and critically acclaimed for his musical arrangements and enchanting lyrics in Human Drama, Johnny Indovina has moved ahead as lead singer/songwriter of Sound of the Blue Heart with a debut album consisting of 11 new tracks. The group consists of four main members, Johnny Indovina: Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Tim Grove: Electric Guitar, Michael Mallory: Bass, and Rob Cournoyer: Drums-Percussion. Other members include Michael Rozon: Electric Guitar, Keyboards, David Zimmerman: Keyboards, and Susan Lowery: Backing Vocals, Rebecca Bolham: Keyboards, and Gregg Burns: Electric Guitars, Vocals

Produced by Michael Rozon with executive producers Darlene Marsh and Kevin Marsh, the music consists of passionate, thought-provoking lyrics and infectious rhythms that continue to explore textures that Human Drama established, taking listeners on a journey that span the entire emotional spectrum. The album will be released on Hollows Hill Recordings, distributed by Triple X Records, August 29th followed by an album release party in Hollywood CA at Bar Sinister/ Boardner's on September 16th 2006. The Live performance will be followed by a West Coast regional tour up through Washington State.

Indovina's musical career as Human Drama began in the Mid 80's after contributing to the compilation titled 'Scream: The Compilation,' an EP release followed by the debut album 'Feel' on the RCA record label. Human Drama continued on with Triple X Records later releasing the critically acclaimed album 'The World Inside' followed by the release 'Pin Ups' in 1993, a collection of remakes of various sources of inspiration and an open tribute to David Bowie. The late-nineties found Human Drama releasing the albums 'Songs of Betrayal,' and 'Solemn Sun Setting' on Hollows Hill, then in 2002 releasing 'Cause and Effect' on Projekt records. Having built a reputation for live performances over the years, additional live albums '14,384 Days Later' (1997) 'Momentos en el Tiempo' being a compilation of various acoustical performances from 1995-2000 and released in Mexico. A Career overview came with 'The Best of Human Drama…In a Perfect World' (2000) has also been released. Human Drama's final performance occurred at Bar Sinister in Hollywood on January 27, 2005. Hollows Hill Recordings recently released the USA version of 'Moments In Time,' which includes an unreleased bonus track; a cover of the beatles "Let It Be", the last track ever recorded by Human Drama.

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