Thursday, June 7, 2012

JAMES CHRISTIAN IS WORKING ON A NEW SOLO ALBUM

James Christian
House of Lords' singer James Christian is working on a new solo album, his third one after "Rude Awakening" (originally released on Now & Then Records in 1995) and "Meet The Man".

James announced on his website: "It's been a long time coming but a new James Christian solo album is currently in the works. The as yet untitled record will be released in late 2012 or early 2013 and will be the first solo release from James since 'Meet The Man' way back in 2004. Details of contributing musicians will follow soon but it will be worth the wait and it will be a worthy successor to the two previous releases, Meet The Man and the classic 'Rude Awakening'."

Musically the solo album, out via Frontiers Records, will move in a more melodic territory if compared to House of Lords' sound. Stay tuned for more details to be released soon!

Furthermore, the 2011 Melodicrock.com awards were very favourable to Frontiers Records artists. The popular website which is ran by Andrew J. McNeice from Tasmania awarded 6 Frontiers 2011 releases in the first 6 places as best releases of 2011 with a joint first place in between Mr Big's "What If..." and Night Ranger's "Somewhere in California". The albums which ended up on top of the list are:

1. Mr. Big "What If..." and  Night Ranger "Somewhere In California "; 3. Journey "Eclipse"; 4. Mecca "Undeniable"; 5. Toby Hitchcock "Mercury's Down"; 6. Work Of Art "In Progress". Congratulations!

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