ENUFF Z'NUFF's New Album To Include One Of JANI LANE's Final Recordings

ENUFF Z'NUFF's New Album To Include One Of JANI LANE's Final Recordings

Frontiers Music Srl has announced the signing of ENUFF Z'NUFF. The band's brand new studio album will arrive in the fall. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Good Luv", "Radio", "Nothing" and "The Devil Of Shakespeare".

Wrongly lumped in with the disposable pop-metal bands of the late '80s, ENUFF Z'NUFF is instead a truly gifted power pop act. Founded in Chicago in 1984 by Chip Znuff, ENUFF Z'NUFF arrived with their self-titled debut in August 1989, scoring a couple of hit singles with "New Thing" and "Fly High Michelle". The follow-up was 1991's "Strength" album, where the band had noticeably toned down their image and turned up their creative ambitions to deliver a masterful '90s take on the crunchy power pop sound of CHEAP TRICK and BADFINGER.

As of today, ENUFF Z'NUFF is still going strong and continues touring the globe. Singer-songwriter Johnny Monaco now fronts the power-pop trio along with co-founder Chip Z'Nuff and drummer Erik Donner.

Chip Z'Nuff says: "We are very excited with this new deal with Frontiers, thanks to old friend who discovered us, Derek Shulman.

"The new record is pure rock and features a couple rock-star friends, most notably James 'JY' Young (STYX), and the late great Jani Lane (WARRANT) singing on one of his last recording sessions.

"The band will be touring through 2016, worldwide.

"Wishing everyone a prosperous 2016 and may the BEST thing that happened to you last year be the WORST thing that happens to you this year!"


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