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Billy Morrison's highly anticipated solo album, The Morrison Project released digitally today, April 19, 2024, through TLG/VIRGIN MUSIC GROUP. The album is scheduled for release physically on CD and LP on May 24th. This collaboration marks the genesis of TLG | ZOID as the premier Rock arm within The Label Group's esteemed family of labels.

The current single off The Morrison Project "Crack Cocaine" with Ozzy Osbourne & Steve Stevens broke into the Billboard Top 20 Mainstream Rock Chart this week and currently lands at #16 with a bullet on the Mediabase rock chart. "Crack Cocaine" was #1 "most added" and #1 "greatest gainer" in last week's debut on the charts. The music video starring Paris Jackson already has 2 million plus views on Youtube in its first 2 weeks. Watch the video -

The Morrison Project promises to be a standout in Morrison's illustrious career, showcasing his exceptional songwriting abilities and visionary creativity. With an eclectic lineup of guest artists, including icons such as Ozzy Osbourne, Billy Idol, Corey Taylor, DMC, Al Jourgensen, Steve Vai, Steve Stevens, Linda Perry, Tommy Clufetos, JOHN5, and more, the album offers a diverse and captivating musical journey.

THE MORRISON PROJECT was produced by Billy Morrison, mixed by Barry Pointer, and mastered by Dave Donnelly. The songs on the album were recorded in Los Angeles at various studios and were written by Billy Morrison in collaboration with his guests.

The British guitarist, singer, and songwriter is primarily known as Billy Idol’s rhythm guitar player for the past 15 years alongside lead guitarist Steve Stevens, has expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership with TLG, highlighting the importance of a record deal that respects the artist's creative freedom and ensures widespread distribution across all platforms. This collaboration not only signifies a forward-thinking move in the music industry but also aligns with the evolving landscape of entertainment, where the integration of digital and virtual spaces is becoming increasingly prevalent.

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