The Front releases Live In New York City 1990


Hello Friends,

I am happy to announce the release of The Front Live New York City 1990. I was recently digging through some DAT (Digital Audio Tape) recordings I had in storage, amongst some great unreleased tracks (soon to be released) recorded both prior to and after the recording of The Front record, I found a stereo board mix (not a multi-tracked recording) of three shows from the Alice Cooper tour in ‘90.

To my surprise and delight the recordings had actually held up better than I had hoped (DAT tapes were notorious for developing “drop outs” after a few years), and sounded really good; and being that The Front never released anything live in the past, I decided to master the recordings and make the CD and downloads available. We have a new official site for The Front and you can purchase downloads and CDs directly or through iTunes and internet retailers.

Although there were three concerts to choose from (many “live” albums you hear are actually multiple shows and they choose the best version of each song from the recordings and often contain overdubbed backing vocals, and cleaned up parts, etc.) we decided we would release the New York City concert recording as is, no overdubs; as it was, when it was, dirt and all. The recording showcases the band at the top of our game; hungry and electric, pure rock and roll.

I am currently working on brand new material as a solo artist and have a new official website the music is a sonic departure from the heavier sounds of The Front and Bakers Pink, but the mood and lyrics lets you know it’s still me. The new releases will be available on iTunes and internet retailers and my official site so please take a minute and check it out.

Thank you all so much for your continued support, I hope you like everything, stay close.