SPREAD EAGLE Announces New Lineup
Reunited hard rockers SPREAD EAGLE have announced the addition of guitarist Dennis Kimak (who has been collaborating with the band since 2008) and drummer Rik De Luca to the group's ranks.
SPREAD EAGLE's next live appearance will take place on February 12 at Dingbatz in Clifton, New Jersey.
SPREAD EAGLE in 2006 completed the "Back On The Bitch Tour" with a lineup that included founding members Rob De Luca (bass) and Ray West (vocals). Joining them was John Macaluso on drums (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TNT), who played on the group's "Open to the Public" album. On guitar was Chris Caffery, who is best known for his work with SAVATAGE and TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA.
Lovember Records, in association with Universal Music, reissued SPREAD EAGLE's debut album in the summer of 2006. Considered to be a "classic," this record was newly remastered and contains all 11 songs, including the hits "Switchblade Serenade", "Scratch Like A Cat", "Broken City" and "Thru These Eyes".
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