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Sony Masterworks: THE PIANO GUYS - NEW ALBUM "10"

Having spent the last decade together releasing chart-topping music, debuting stunningly original music videos and touring in sold-out venues across the globe, THE PIANO GUYS will celebrate their tenth anniversary as a group with the release of their tenth new album 10, out November 20 from Sony Music Masterworks. Available for preorder now, the 2-disc album reflects on The Piano Guys’ greatest career moments thus far with 15 newly-remastered fan-favorite tracks from the past decade as well as introduces their next chapter with 7 brand new songs and 6 tracks never-before-released on CD. The latest release is “Für Elise Jam,” which infuses elements of classical, rock and jazz – listen here. Also out now is newly-recorded rendition of the chart-topping hit “You Say,” which combines Lauren Daigle’s uplifting ballad with Beethoven’s “Sonata Pathétique” to create a rich mosaic of strings and piano. Filmed amidst the gorgeous scenery of their home state of Utah, The Piano Guys share the music video for “You Say” – watch here.

Over the course of the past decade, The Piano Guys have reached a series of unprecedented milestones on an unbelievable journey around the globe. Among countless memories, the gold-selling Utah quartet—Jon Schmidt [pianist, songwriter], Steven Sharp Nelson [cellist, songwriter], Paul Anderson [producer, videographer], and Al van der Beek [music producer, songwriter]—could cite gravity-defying performances on a speeding train, playing under the shadows of international wonders a la The Great Wall of China, or gracing world-famous stages such as Carnegie Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Sydney Opera House, and beyond. Now, the group’s new full-length album, 10 [Sony Music Masterworks], reflects on these moments with a collection of 15 fan favorites as it also looks ahead with 7 brand new songs and 6 tracks never-before-released on CD.

Jeremy [Six Strings]

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