Play! to feature music from Lost Odyssey

From PLAY! A Video Game Symphony:

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., December 1, 2006 - Jason Michael Paul Productions, Inc. announced today that Nobuo Uematsu's music from Lost Odyssey will be a permanent part of the regular PLAY! A Video Game Symphony-series concert programm. The video game is designed by Final Fantasy series originator Hironobu Sakaguchi. PLAY! A Video Game Symphony is a highly acclaimed symphony concert world-tour featuring music from a catalogue of blockbuster video game titles.

Lost Odyssey's storyline takes the player through Kaim's life, a man who has been sentenced to live for 1,000 years. He lives through multiple generations, becomes a part of many families, falls in and out of love and gets into conflicts. All this is set in a world that is on the verge of a mystical industrial revolution, where mankind has attained dark powers.

Says Jason Michael Paul: "We are very proud to be able to present the works of Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu as part of our concert for the first time. From the sweeping score to the awesome graphics and crisp battle effects this game promises to be something special.".

Tour dates including ticket information are available at the official PLAY! website at So far, PLAY! concerts have been announced for Hartford and Stockholm with many more to be announced shortly.

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