JOE LYNN TURNER: 'Rockline' Performance, Interview Available For Streaming
Legendary hard rock vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE) performed live on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" with host Bob Coburn last night (Wednesday, September 5). Guitarist Howie Simon (JEFF SCOTT SOTO, GRAHAM BONNET, etc.) was as Joe's guest musician. The program is now available for streaming at this location.
During stints with DEEP PURPLE, Ritchie Blackmore's RAINBOW and Yngwie Malmsteen's RISING FORCE, singer Joe Lynn Turner was credited with helping these legendary rock bands redefine their sound, diversify their repertoire and achieve even more commercial success. On "Second Hand Life", his first USA solo release (Friday Music) in nearly five years and tenth solo album to date, he proudly showcases the many sides to his rock and roll personality.
The USA edition of "Second Hand Life" is currently available via iTunes. The street date of the CD was August 28 (distributed by Ryko) and it features the additional track "Freedom's Wings".
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