AmeriKa Records, Weimar, Germany
Info & Photos Currently Being Updated***
Brian Worth, James Vandenberg, Van Chason and Phillip 'Moe'
Riley have signed on for one more album release via AmeriKa Records, Weimar,
Germany. The crew is scheduled to begin the writing process in 2015.
Neon Fusions last release will be titled "Far Beyond
the Stars" which will be recorded at K.L.R. Studios in Manhattan. Music
tracks will begin in 2015. This will be the bands first release available
in the The U.S. via Amazon.com, Best Buy and CD Baby. It will also be available
throughout the U.K. as the previous titles have been.
Neon Fusion is also gearing up for appearances throughout
New York, including lower and Mid-Town Manhattan and Boston. The band is
planning a East & West Coast regional tour in the fourth quarter of
2015. Locations will include Raleigh Durham, Charlotte, Greensboro, and
Wilmington North Carolina. West Coast locations will include Sunset and
Venice Beach California, in addtion to locations on Sunset Strip inLos Angeles.
It has not been confirmed as to whether James will be participating
in any of the live performances outside of NYC. James will make that decision
after the album has been completed and released in 2015.
***Additional News TBA***
Neon Fusion is a four-piece act originally based out of Manhattan
and formed in 2002 by founding members James Vandenberg and Brian Worth. During
their initial journey, NF had tremendous financial support from Tim Shelly,
Owner and Executive Producker at K.L.R. Studio Productions Inc., located in
Manhattan. Brian had recorded alongside numerous national artists over the
years and built a strong relationship with KLR Studios during his time there.
The relationship between Brain and KLR Studios helped the band regarding the
initial launching of Neon Fusion.
The band began appearing as an original act throughout New York and upper
states. Over time the band began to draw national recognition and began to
receive offers to appear at numerous venues on the East and West Coast. This
led to their involvement in various USO and festival tours throughout the
UK. After a long stint of touring, circa 2003-2008, they relocated back to
their hometowns in Manhattan and the Montgomery County area of Pennsylvania
for a much needed rest.
Their appearances over the years have included Northeast locations such as
the Trocadaro, Theatre of Living Arts, North Star, and JC Dobbs to name a
few. New York locations included the Limelight, Kenny's Castaways, The Varjek,
and Tech Nor. They appeared at one of the final shows at the legendary CBGB's
in October, 2006, before the final closing of their doors.
West Coast appearances include some of the most legendary California Sunset
Strip Nightclubs, such as The Whiskey A Go Go, The Rainbow Bar & Grill,
The Roxy, The Sky Bar, and The Viper Room.
Over the past 10-years they have obtained substantial musical status. Neon
Fusion is currently endorsed by Jackson Guitars, Marshall Amplification, EMG
Pickups, Sennheiser, and Ernie Ball Strings.
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