Tagged: AOR

Perfect Plan cover Survivor on new single

Swedish hard rockers, Perfect Plan, continue to release covers singles. The band previously released covers of Giant’s “Stay”, and Foreigner’s “That Was Yesterday”. Their new single is a cover of the Survivor song, “Didn’t Know It Was Love”.

Jonny Lindkvist joins Gathering Of Kings

Jonny Lindkvist (Nocturnal Rites) has been confirmed as one of the vocalists for the next Gathering Of Kings album. The first song you will hear Jonny in, as a GOK singer, will be on the next single “Moonlight”, which will be released in September.

Crazy Lixx

Do your hear the Silent Thunder? Crazy Lixx are Forever Wild!

The band explores a wider range of styles than ever before on “Forever Wild”. From the hard rocking and anthemic opening track “Wicked” to the AOR inspired single “Silent Thunder,” to songs like “Eagle”, that sounds like it came off a Bon Jovi album circa 1986, Crazy Lixx manage to blend a love and reverence for ‘80s hard rock with their own unique stamp on each track.

Jim Peterik & World Stage - Winds of Change

Jim Peterik and Dennis DeYoung deliver “Proof Of Heaven” for fans of Survivor and Styx

“Winds of Change” features brand new songs by Peterik (Survivor, Pride of Lions) in collaboration with a who’s who of melodic rock’s greatest superstars, including Kevin Chalfant (ex-The Storm), Dennis DeYoung (ex-Styx), Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, Kelly Keagy (Night Ranger), Lars Safsund and Robert Sall (Work Of Art), Toby Hitchcock (Pride Of Lions), Danny Vaughn (Tyketto), Mike Reno (Loverboy), Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon), Jason Scheff (ex-Chicago), and a very special previously unreleased track by the late, great Jimi Jamison.


Fortune returns with their first new album in 35 years

The cult melodic rock/AOR act Fortune are back with a new studio album, entitled “II”, which will see the light of day on April 26, 2019. Nearly 35 years has passed since their previous release, the self-titled second album. An album that is still highly regarded today by fans of the genre as being a crucial AOR/melodic rock release of the time period.

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