WHITE CLOUD FIRE feat. Michael Monroe Release 'Liberta' "Born in Italy in 1987, Andrea Brosio joins the world of music at the age of 16, playing electric guitar in a local band called "Stormrocks". After developing serious forearm tendonitis, Brosio is forced to temporarily abandon playing the guitar and becomes interested in lead singing.
At the age of 19 he moves to Finland and, 6 years later, graduates as Pop/Jazz singer from the Conservatory of Jyväskylä. That same year
Electric Boys have released a lyric video for "Gone Gone Gone" taken from the album "The Ghostward Diaries". Lead singer Conny Bloom: “‘Gone Gone Gone’ is our third single from the latest album The Ghost Ward Diaries. It’s about a dear friend who was a musician, who passed away a few years ago. It’s our tribute to him and to heroes and loved ones that we’ve lost over the years.” #ELECTRICBOYS #HANOIROCKS
Former HANOI ROCKS singer Michael Monroe will release his new solo album, "One Man Gang", in the spring. The follow-up to 2015's "Blackout States", which is currently being mastered, features guest appearances by ex-HANOI ROCKS guitarist Nasty Suicide and THE DAMNED legend Captain Sensible. Monroe told Heavy TV he named his new solo record after the album's opening track, which includes a "killer solo" by the aforementioned Captain Sensible. "It's one of the songs [on the LP]
Wow! It’s been a minute since I’ve taken the time and listened to the Electric Boys. But the band is back with a fantastic new album called “The Ghost Ward Diaries” Best known for the singles "All Lips ’N' Hips" and “Mary in a Mystery World” from the Mtv glory days. A new more mature Electric Boys has emerged with ten new tracks highlighting the bands maturity and musicianship. There are some great rockers like “Hangover in Hannover”, “First the Money, Then The Honey”, and
"Not Fakin' It" is the second studio album by Hanoi Rocks singer Michael Monroe, released in September 1989 through PolyGram Records The album is Monroe's most commercially successful solo release to date, reaching No. 14 on the Finnish albums chart, No. 161 on the U.S. Billboard 200, and being certified gold in Japan. The music video for "Dead, Jail or Rock 'N' Roll" featured Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose and received substantial rotation on MTV; it was later covered by the
Svart Records and Michael Monroe proudly present the expanded 30th anniversary edition of Monroe’s first solo album Nights Are So Long. This vinyl only -reissue features a gatefold jacket with new liner notes by Monroe biographer Ari Väntänen and three unreleased tracks from the Monroe vaults. There was a time in Michael Monroe’s life when the night seemed to last forever. When the proverbial dawn finally broke, it came in the form of Nights Are So Long, his first solo album.
Former HANOI ROCKS frontman Michael Monroe was interviewed by Planet Rock following his December 3 performance at the Planet Rockstock festival in Trecco Bay, South Wales. The full chat can be viewed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): On how he prepares for his high-energy live performances: Michael: "I'm way too impatient for yoga. I stretch and I don't go to gyms or anything like that. I exercise at home. The inner stomach muscles are the key
July 1 2017. Kantola event park, Hämeenlinna, Finland Full show. Setlist: 1. Hammersmith Palais 2. '78 3. This Ain't No Love Song 4. One Foot Outta the Grave 5. Trick of the Wrist 6. Ballad of the Lower East Side 7. Old King's Road 8. Man With No Eyes 9. Nothin's Alright 10. Malibu Beach Nightmare 11. Up Around The Bend 12. Dead, Jail or Rock'n'Roll The band: Michael Monroe - vocals, harmonica, sax Sami Yaffa - bass Steve Conte - guitar Rich Jones - guitar Karl Rockfist - dru