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Thu
16
Apr

JOURNEY Saga Continues With VALORY & SMITH Launching Counter Suit

It looks like the now infamous JOURNEY (Nightmare Productions) board meeting wasn't a coup to overthrow NEAL SCHON and JONATHAN CAIN, but rather a move to stop Neal from registering the name JOURNEY THROUGH TIME, which the participants argued would devalue the JOURNEY name. Cain and Schon then declined to follwo through on a band movie deal, to which Arnel refused to sing on the then upcoming tour unless it went ahead!   It's all in the filing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11Itjy2k8LCOFp1D5-2ymRtI4v1R3hK2X/view  
 
 
Thu
05
Mar

Escape Music Sign COMPASS For The Album 'Our Time On Earth'

Escape Music is delighted and thrilled to announce the new signing of the band Compass and the title of the album "Our Time On Earth". This concept album written and produced by the multi talented musician Steve Newman !!   COMPASS - OUR TIME ON EARTH  
 
Wed
04
Mar

JOURNEY vs JOURNEY - Smith & Valory Sued & Fired by Schon & Cain

JOURNEY’S Neal Schon & Jonathan Cain have put recent tensions behind them to launch an extraordinary lawsuit against fellow band members Steve Smith and Ross Valory.   Smith & Valoy have been fired, effective immediately.   Steve Perry votes with...??   What the hell is going on?     It seems Smith & Valory were attempting to take control of the band’s business entity Nightmare Productions to guarantee a better pay-day for after their retirement.  
 
Wed
05
Feb

H.E.A.T - 'II' (Review)

  H.E.A.T ‘II’, perfection is thy name.   Artists, bands, labels, managers, songwriters….listen up, pay attention and understand - this is how it’s done.   H.E.A.T have thrown off the experimentations of Into The Great Unknown (which I still think was great in its own way), ditched long-time producer Tobias Lindell and gone all in-house for their remarkable 6th album.   The result is H.E.A.T ‘II’, an album that doesn’t just politely knock on your door, rather it sees the band roll up in a 49-ton bulldozer, run over your lawn, crash through the door and bulldoze right through your house and out the other side.  
 
Tue
04
Feb

ALBUM OF THE YEAR - 2019 MelRock Awards

MELODICROCK.COM MELROCK AWARDS   BEST ALBUM OF 2019   THE TOP 30   1. ECLIPSE – Paradigm   Another near-perfect slice of ass kicking hard rock. Sweden’s most consistent masters of hard rock drenched in melody, delivered an album that stayed true to the band’s sound, while bringing in a few new tricks. Bottom line - instantly catchy, powerful, memorable and melodic as hell. My most played album of 2019 and the best.   2. THE DEFIANTS – Zokusho
 
Thu
23
Jan

SILENT TIGER 'Ready To Attack' (Pre-order Now)

  SILENT TIGER is the next exciting chapter in the musical journey for MRR’s own Jean Funes, founding member and guitarist of Sound Of Eternity and Hearts On Fire. With HOF vocalist Richard Andermyr working on new RIAN material this year, Jean asked to be put to work and who better to work with than another stalwart of MRR, vocalist David Cagle.   Together, along with master drummer Joel Mejia (Hearts On Fire), the trio forms SILENT TIGER.  
 
Wed
08
Jan

AOR HEAVEN Feb Releases From Jesse Damon & Shaft Of Steel

::: Former SILENT RAGE singer Jesse Damon returns with “Damon’s Rage” on February 28, 2020!:::

    

 
Wed
08
Jan

ROBERT HART Delivers 'Pure' New Album Feb 20

  Escape Music is delighted to announce the release of a brand new Robert Hart title “Pure” (Manfred Man Earth Band, The Jones Gang, x Bad Company and x The Distance with Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edward, Tony Thompson).   ROBERT HART - PURE Release Date: 21 February 2020   Robert Hart: Lead Vocals / Backing Vocals Tommy Denander: All Guitars / Keyboards (Alice Cooper / Steve Walsh / Jimi Jamison) Brian Anthony: Bass / Percussion (Steve Walsh / Lonerider / Overland) Michael Lange: Drums
 
Wed
08
Jan

Liar - "Woman" (Lyric Video)

  Here is a track newly recorded by Liar from their unreleased third album title "Sunset Plaza Drive" will be released on Escape Music on the 20 March 2020   'The song 'Woman' was written by the band's Paul Travis in 1979, some six months after Liar broke up. Had it been written six months earlier it may well have been among the songs on this album. Forty years later we have finally recorded it.'

 

 

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