Romeo's Daughter


ROMEO'S DAUGHTER Announce April 20 Release of 'Spin'

Monday, April 20, 2015
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British AOR/MelodicRock group ROMEO'S DAUGHTER have announced a pre-order ahead of the April 20 release of their new album Spin.
The band has posted this From
After a great weekend at HRHAOR where we played two songs from our new album Spin, we’re delighted to give you the option to pre-order a copy of it from here in our online shop. This is Romeo's Daughter’s fourth, eagerly awaited, album and is recorded by the band and produced by Craig Joiner and Ed Poole. To hear an exclusive sample of all the songs on the album go here.
The first 200 pre-orders received will be signed by us all, numbered and dated and are priced at only £11.99 each. This price is fully inclusive of all post and packaging world-wide.
We aim to dispatch the CDs so that they will land on your doorstop on the Friday 17th April prior to the official release date of 20th April 2015 (UK only). If for any reason there is any delay we’ll notify you accordingly.
Members: Leigh Matty vox, Craig Joiner guitar, Ed Poole bass, Andy Wells drums.

ROMEO'S DAUGHTER New DVD & Live Album: 'Alive'

Monday, November 10, 2014
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New DVD & Live Album:  Alive
(RD Enterprises (Music) Ltd/Cargo Records)
Release date:  Mon 10th November 2014
Live dates:
14th November – Yardbirds, Grimsby
15th November – The Railway, Bolton
21st November - The Borderline, London
22nd November - The Rescue Rooms
Romeo’s Daughter are one of Britain’s finest AOR mainstream rock bands fronted by Leigh Matty, recently voted Number 5 ‘Lady Rock Singer of all time’ in Classic Rock Magazine. “Alive” is a live DVD filmed at the Derby Guildhall and is packaged with a live CD. The band’s last album, “Rapture”, was released in 2012 and has been critically praised worldwide for its astounding songwriting, performance and production. The first single from the album “Bittersweet”, was in Classic Rock Magazine’s Top Songs of 2012 Chart.
The band’s pedigree is second to none, with each member having previously worked at the highest levels with artists such as: Bonnie Tyler, Whitney Houston, Roxette, Meatloaf, Tom Jones, John Parr, Dexy’s Midnight Runners’ Kevin Rowland and, Ex GoGo, Jane Wiedlin!
Their eponymous debut album released in 1988 was produced by ‘Mutt’ Lange and John Parr and released on the Jive label. During a promotional tour of the U.S.A the first single ‘Don’t Break My Heart’, leapt up the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart. The calibre of their songs attracted many established artists; Heart covered the single ‘Wild Child’ on their 3 million selling album ‘Brigade’, achieving No. 2 on the Billboard Rock All Play chart. Eddie Money, Bonnie Tyler and the recently reformed Steps too, have had recording successes with other Romeos’ titles. Their track ‘Heaven in the Backseat’ was also the opening track for the film, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street 5’. This album has subsequently been remastered to 24 bit standard from the original source tapes and released on Rock Candy records. It includes 3 bonus live tracks, the story of the making of the album, previously unpublished photos, all spread out over a 16 page full colour booklet.
Their second studio album, ‘Delectable’ was released in 1993 on Music for Nations and was much more like a live album in its feel. It was produced and recorded by the band and Andy Reilly, and was later mixed by Steve Brown (The Cult, Manic Street Preachers and Wham). Delectable too has been remastered to the same quality and released again by Rock Candy records. It includes one bonus track, details about the making of the album, an interview with the band and additional photos spread out over a 12 page full colour booklet.
Their 4th album, Spin, will be released in 2015 to coincide with their performance at HRH AOR 3 in March 2015.
“They were Phenomenal. Simply Phenomenal.” ‘Get Your Rock out’ on the Manchester Academy gig
“Power and Sophistication” Kerrang
“The Sound is as big as a planet” Sounds
“Romeos Daughter trample most of Britains melodic rockers underfoot and deserve success on their own terms.” Steve Beebee, Kerrang
“this is certainly the best thing I have seen this weekend, possibly even better than anything I have yet to witness at a Firefest show. Yes, they were that good...”Allan Holloway -
“Their performance was just beyond words! Amazing from start to finish, the fans felt it was a unique experience. I couldn’t imagine a single individual within the venue who was not cheering… This was pure perfection.” Kostas Rigas / Chris Kappas - Rock
“Quite simply, Leigh Matty and company were one of the sensations of Firefest VI. 16 years away had diminished little of their variety or seductive quality” Dave Ling – Classic Rock
“had the crowd eating out of their hand.” Andy Nathan - Get ready to Rock
“Their sound was really down-to-earth and 100% in the AOR philosophy, with Matty doing magic in an astonishing vocal performance and the crowd being spellbound”Alekos "Letter 7" Touloumis - Metal temple


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