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Alan Parsons Live Project to Play Phoenix Concert

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Alan Parsons Live Project — the latest incarnation and live version of the Alan Parsons Project — announced today it will play Celebrity Theatre on Friday, March 25. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 13, at the Celebrity Theatre box office or website.

"We've established the Live Project to perform The Alan Parsons Project hits and we don't disappoint," Parsons said in a press release. "The show is fun, liberating, and it's great to hear audience reaction. The fans will hear all the songs they know we have to play in the spectacular fashion they deserve!”

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