Release of The Front album on Columbia Records. Available at Amazon.com.
The Front began recording their major label debut in June 1989 at Le Studio in Montreal, Canada with producer Andy Wallace.
Late January, The Front cuts demos for major label debut at the Woodland West Studios in Kansas City. Nine of the 10 songs for the first record were written from December 1988 to March 1989.
In January 1988 the band’s line-up was set consisting of vocalist Michael Anthony Franano, brother Bobby Franano on keyboards, guitarist Mike Greene, bassist Randy Jordan, and Shane Miller on drums. McGhee Entertainment took notice and signed on as the The Front”s management in March of 1998.
The Front forms with Michael Franano on vocals/bass, brother Bobby Franano on keyboards, and Shane Miller on drums.