Below are links to the official websites for Pilot, David Paton, Ian Bairnson, David Paton Songs, The Alan Parsons Project, Alan Parsons, and other APP regulars. Please visit our official sites for more links related to our work and careers.


The new home for Pilot's official website. Here you can find everything you wanted to know about Pilot past, present, and future. This website will be up soon, keep checking back.


At David's official website you will find lots of great information about David and his career. There are exclusive pictures to see, MP3s to hear and you can even submit questions for David to answer about his career outside of Pilot. Check it out now!


At Ian's official website you will also find lots of great information about Ian Bairnson. Great pictures to see, an extensive discography with MP3 clips of his guitar work, and much, much more.


Visit David's site for his record label David Paton Songs to find out about his latest projects as a writer, musician, and producer. You will find out about the latest releases on his label, hear clips, and all the happenings in his studio. You can also buy CDs. Be sure tocheck out his studio diary to hear some of the latest things to come out of his studio.


The official website of the Alan Parsons Project. Here you can purchase the Complete Albums Collection box set by the Alan Parsons Project which contains all of the original APP songs as well as the unreleased Sicilian Defence album.


The official website of Eric Woolfson (1945-2009) who the co-founder, principal songwriter, lyricist, often lead singer of The Alan Parsons Project. He also wrote five stage musicals (Dancing Shadows, POE, Gambler, Gaudi and Freudiana) which have been performed all over the world.


The official website of the legendary engineer and producer Alan Parsons. Visit his new site to find out about his latest work.


The official website of Andrew Powell: renowned composer, arranger, conductor, producer, and musician for concerts, records, film, television, and theatre. He has worked with artists from Boulez and Stockhausen to Kate Bush and Kansas, classical orchestras and brass bands to rock and theatre groups. He combined all of these styles as the arranger and conductor for The Alan Parsons Project.


Stuart was the drummer with The Alan Parsons Project (about 10 albums) from "Pyramid" onwards. In the 1990s, Stuart was instrumental in bringing the music of the Project to live audiences for the first time and made key musical and songwriting contributions to all of the band's albums released under the name Alan Parsons. He toured extensively from 1994 to 2000 as the Alan Parsons Live Project where the band covered the US, South America, Japan and most of Europe some 6 or 7 times during the period.