MIKE TRAMP & THE ROCK 'N' ROLL CIRCUZ Recording Second Album

MIKE TRAMP & THE ROCK 'N' ROLL CIRCUZ, the new project led by WHITE LION singer Mike Tramp, is currently recording its second album, tentatively titled "Second Act", for a February/March 2011 release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Gotta Get Away", "Alright By Me" and "Don't Let Them Put It On You".

Calle from the Danish web site CallesRockCorner recently visited Mike and MIKE TRAMP & THE ROCK 'N' ROLL CIRCUZ guitarist Søren Andersen in the studio for a report which can be found at this location (available in Danish only).

The self-titled debut from MIKE TRAMP & THE ROCK 'N' ROLL CIRCUZ came out last October. The CD was decribed in a press release as "the most profound musical statement" released to date by Tramp. He stated at the time about the effort, "With this album no stone has been left unturned, no compromises made, this album is complete in every way."

"Mike Tramp & The Rock 'N' Roll Circuz" was released in Denmark via Kick Music/Sony Music and was also made available via MikeTramp.com.

Co-produced in Copenhagen, Denmark with Andersen, "Rock 'N' Roll Circuz"'s title refered to the atmosphere created by Tramp around the band in the studio when recording the album. "It made us visualize this old fallen apart circus," he said. "From there we built certain things into the songs and into the album."


Mike Tramp - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Claus Langeskov -Bass
Søren Andersen - Guitar
Morten Hellborn - Drums
Emily Garriock - Vocals, Keyboards

As previously reported, the government and parliament in Denmark has adopted September 5 as the national flag day for the Danish veterans and this will be celebrated with a concert on Christiansborg Slotsplads in Copenhagen. Tramp will be a part of this event in cooperation with The Blue Berets (who are the main organizers) and concert promoter April Chris. Tramp will also perform at the event.

For more information on the concert (in Danish), go to this location.

For more information, go to www.myspace.com/miketramp.


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