ROINE STOLT of Transatlantic, The Flower Kings, and Agents Of Mercy guests on our new release: "Touch the Sky Volume I". He can be heard on the song "Grail". That is him playing the lead on the first part of Montage 1 above.
RANDY GEORGE of Ajalan and the Neal Morse band also plays bass guitar on about half of the songs.
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SUPERNAL ENDGAME is:
John Eargle: Electric, Acoustic, and Synthesized Guitars; Keyboards; Loops; Programs; Bass; Secondary Lead and Backing Vocals.
Rob Price: Primary Lead and Backing Vocals; Drums; Percussion; Loops; and some Keyboards.
John Crafton: Acoustic, Electric, and Classical Guitars; Backing Vocals.
Tom More: Bass Guitar; Midi Pedals; Keys; Backing vocals
Jett Cheek: Keyboards; Backing vocals
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