Former TNT and current STARBREAKER vocalist Tony Harnell has made a new solo song entitled "I Don't Want Anything" available for streaming via the Reverb Nation widget below (click on "Songs" tab). The track comes off Harnell's recently released collection of high-quality demo recordings, "Cinematic", which was recorded in Sweden between 2006 and 2007 for his upcoming solo album.
Harnell's final release as a member of TNT was the "Live in Madrid" DVD, which came out in September 2006 via MTM Music. The set, which was filmed on April 1, 2006 in Madrid, Spain, was accompanied by an 82-minute audio CD plus booklet liner notes from Harnell about his work with the group as well as an additional tour documentary by Darren Paltrowitz.
STARBREAKER — the band featuring Tony Harnell, Magnus Karlsson (ALLEN LANDE, PRIMAL FEAR) and John Macaluso (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TNT, ARK) — its sophomore album, entitled "Love's Dying Wish", in North America on November 18 through Blistering/Ryko.
Released in Europe on August 1 via Frontiers Records, the follow-up to the group's 2005 self-titled debut was written and produced by Harnell and Karlsson and was mixed by respected producer Tommy Hansen (TNT, JORN).
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