Foreigner Bassist Jeff Pilson Talks New Starship Album, T&N and Dokken
Jeff Pilson is a busy man. In addition to his regular role as Foreigner’s bassist, he’s also been dividing his time with a host of other projects.
He’s working with other former Dokken members George Lynch and Mick Brown on the next T&N album, and he’s just finished producing the upcoming Kill Devil Hill album and Loveless Fascination, the first new Starship album featuring Mickey Thomas in almost 25 years.
Below, we discuss all the projects mentioned above and a whole lot more.
GUITAR WORLD: How did you get involved with Mickey Thomas’ new Starship project?
It started off from a songwriting angle. I was working with another producer on a project, and he ended up hearing a bunch of my songs. He also was working with Mickey Thomas at the time and said, “What would you think if I worked these songs with Mickey Thomas, who’s planning on doing another Starship record?” I loved Mickey and already had the songs available, so I said, “Sure, why not?” He started working with Mickey on the album, but things just didn’t work out. That’s when I got involved as the producer as well.
Hear the new Starship track “It’s Not The Same As Love” here
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Posted on August 22, 2013, in Guitar World Interviews, Interview, Music and tagged Dokken, Entertainment, Foreigner, Jeff Pilson, Mickey Thomas, Music, Starship, T&N. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.