Avalon was a '70s progressive rock band that found its beginning in Ottawa, Canada. The group's music was somewhat comparable to that of Genesis or Queen. Members of Avalon consisted of lead singer Myles Hunter, guitarists Brian Sim and Tullio Granata, bassist Manfred Leidecker, and drummer Robert Holtz. The band recorded only one album, Voice of Life. It was released in 1977 and carries tracks like "Celebration Day," "Shadowcaster," "Say You're Sorry," and "Land of Mordor."
After the short-lived assemble called it quits, the members carried on with their musical careers by joining other groups, doing session work, and one, Leidecker, even built his own successful studio in Quebec. ~ Charlotte Dillon, Rovi