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The Thrill of Energy with Musician Lazarus & Author Inventor Dave Edlund

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Lazarus is a true world fusion onto himself. Ever since this Greek-Mauritian Australian born young man picked up his first drumstick at age eleven, he has never looked back. With roots in heavy metal, rock and Mauritian Sega, along with stage, classical and world music influences, Lazarus has released ‘Medusa’ a single from his upcoming solo album Paid My Dues.

For years Lazarus has played with numerous cover, original metal, rock and reggae bands, recently playing double bass with Guy Sebastian on his latest video ‘Gold’. Medusa is a far cry from his heavy metal roots, encasing funky rock, a taste of Hendrix and many world music influences. From composing, instrumentals, vocals to engineering and mixing of the final production, this is truly a solo effort of Lazarus’s new fusion sound.

Dave Edlund is a graduate of the University of Oregon with a doctoral degree in chemistry. A leading expert in hydrogen energy, he is an inventor on more than 90 US Patents and more than 120 foreign patents.  He has published more than 100 technical articles and presentations, and has been an invited author of several technical books on alternative energy.

He has dedicated his professional career to developing new technology to support the hydrogen economy. Edlund explains, “I strive to bring cutting-edge science and technology into my stories, and then to extrapolate that innovation beyond what is presently known, but is plausible," An avid outdoorsman, shooter, and hunter, he is a long-time resident of Bend, Oregon, where he lives with his family and three dogs.http://www.petersavagenovels.com/

 

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