"Winger's musical pedigree was practically unmatched in 80’s metal...the band crafted a debut
album that combined hard-pop melodies with plenty of proggy, technically dazzling instrumental
work" - Rolling Stone Magazine
One of the most misunderstood Hard Rock bands to emerge from the late 1980’s are back with their
Billboard Top 100 album "Better Days Comin'".
From the opening riff of album opener “Midnight Driver Of A Love Machine” to the final outro lick of “Out Of This World”, it is clear Winger is back and better than ever. Hard rocking songs like “Queen
Babylon”, adrenaline fueled rocker “Rat Race”, the inspired progressive rock of “Tin Soldier”, and
touching ballad “Ever Wonder” display the band’s diversity whilst always centering on great songs.
Comprised of original members Kip Winger on vocals/bass, Reb Beach on guitar, Rod Morgenstein
on drums, plus long-term guitarist John Roth, Winger’s latest album and worldwide tour schedule
showcases the band firing on all cylinders.
"Stone Cold Killer sounds like the day’s first big moment. Headed For A Heartbreak feels even bigger"
- Metal Hammer Magazine
"A hard-hitting album...Winger's blood is still pumping...so are the tunes" - Kerrang Magazine!
Formed in 1987, Winger soared to immediate success with their 1988 self-titled release. The album
spawned the hit singles “Seventeen” and “Headed For A Heartbreak” and achieved platinum sales
status. Winger also stayed on the Billboard Top 200 chart for over 60 weeks where it peaked at #21.
Their next album, “In The Heart Of The Young”, also achieved platinum status and contained the
singles “Can’t Get Enuff” and “Miles Away”. The change in musical climate of the mid-90’s,
compounded with unprovoked ridicule on MTV’s popular Beavis and Butthead, led the band to go on
hiatus in 1994 following the release of their critically acclaimed third album “Pull”. In 2001, the band
reunited and have not looked back since.
Winger continues to make a name for themselves with relentless touring, and recent studio albums
“IV”, “Karma” and “Better Days Comin’” shows the band on top of their game, winning back fans and
critics alike because of their exceptional musicianship, Kip Winger’s powerful vocals, and the band’s
incredible songwriting. Winger’s resurgence in popularity has seen the hard rock four-piece break
back into Billboard’s Top 100 and in 2016 Grammy nominee Kip Winger hit #1 on Billboard and
iTunes charts with his debut classical music album “Conversations with Nijinsky”.
"This is a band who refuse to merely glide on past glories...Winger push their own boundaries" -
Classic Rock Magazine
In 1998, Firehouse toured the United States on the Rock Never Stops tour,
which also included Slaughter, Warrant, Quiet Riot, and LA Guns. October of
1998 featured the Asian release of Firehouse’s fifth CD, Category 5 on Pony
Canyon Records. The album quickly climbed to #4 on the Japanese charts,
and supporting promotional tour of Japan followed. Category 5 was officially
released in the United States in 1999.
Firehouse continued touring through the winter and spring of 1999, including
3 more sold out shows in Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka. On April 22, 1999, the
band recorded their live show in Osaka. The result - the first ever live album
by Firehouse. Bring ‘em Out Live was released in Japan in December 1999
and in the United States on Spitfire Records in July 2000.
The turn of the century brought the release their seventh album, titled O2. It
has been released in SE Asia on Pony Canyon Records, and in the US on
Spitfire Records. This album had notable success despite the changing style
of popular rock music. During this time, the band decided to part ways with
original bass player, Perry Richardson. O2’s remarkable bass playing was
supplied by Bruce Waibel. Bruce brought to the band his phenomenal bass
playing along with is equally impressive sense of humor. We truly regret to
say that in September 2003, Bruce has passed away. He will be greatly
missed as a friend and talented musician.
FireHouse headed back into the studio in early 2003 to write and record their
8th album, PRIME TIME. As music changes over time, FireHouse continues
to evolve their musical style; yet, at the same time, hang onto their hard
rock roots. Released in October of 2003, album number 8 is no exception.
You can expect to hear what FireHouse is famous for ... soulful, melodic hard
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