Former LYNCH MOB Frontman Releases Solo Album

According to, former LYNCH MOB vocalist Oni Logan has finally released his long-talked-about solo album. "Stranger in a Foreign Land" is available now thanks to a special distribution deal with NL Distrubuton in Munich. The deal sees the album available to online purchasers via Music Buy Mail. The set sees Logan in new musical territory — a mix of stripped-back pop/rock and West Coast-style AOR with even a touch of country thrown in.

"Stranger in a Foreign Land" track listing:

01. When Will You Hear Me
02. The Long Road
03. Bring Back the Days
04. Stranger in a Foreign Land
05. Blue Jean
06. The Monster in the Sea
07. Walking Through a Winterland
08. Damaged
09. My Part of Town
10. I Remember Hollywood
11. Foolish Minds

The band lineup for the album is as follows:

Oni Logan - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, and Harp
Bekka Bramlett (FAITH HILL, ex-FLEETWOOD MAC) - 2nd Lead and Backup Vocals, and Tambourine
Michael Voss (CASANOVA) - all Electric Guitars
Don Airey (DEEP PURPLE) – Keyboards
Steffi Stephan (UDO LINDENBERG) - Bass Guitar
Bertram Engel (PETER MAFFAY, ex-ROBERT PALMER) – Drums
Franziska Urton, Matthias Rethman, and Max Teschner - Additional Violin, Fretless Bass, and Fender Rhodes Piano
Martin Huch (CARL CARLTON BAND) - Pedal and Lap Steel, and Dobro Guitars
Nippy Noya (STAN GETZ, BILLY COBHAM) – Percussion
Steve Lukather (TOTO) - Lead Guitar on "The Monster in the Sea"


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