LYNAM Frontman Interviewed On 'Hard Rock Nights'; Audio Available

Jacob Lynam of the Birmingham-based hard rock band LYNAM was the special guest on a recent edition of "Hard Rock Nights", the nationally syndicated hard rock radio program. The chat is now available for streaming in two parts below.

LYNAM's latest effort, "Tragic City Symphony", was re-released in August via the band's has deal with Mascot/Megaforce Records. it features the additional track "Get Me Off".

LYNAM's "Save My Soul" single was self-released and it made it to #5 on the Active Rock independent chart. The band's latest single, "Lindsay Says", impacted radio on August 18.

The follow-up to 2006's "Slave To The Machine", "Tragic City Symphony" was produced by Jason Elgin (MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER, COLLECTIVE SOUL) and Jacob Lynam. The band says, "Elgin brings out the best in us and on this new record he has pushed us to new levels. The songs are straight-ahead, melt-your-face rock songs in true LYNAM style. We have some really cool special guests on the new record, including the band HINDER and Tom Keifer of CINDERELLA."

Along with Jason Elgin, the band also enlisted Mike Shipley (GREEN DAY, MAROON 5) and Beau Hill (RATT, STEVIE NICKS) on mixing.

LYNAM's previous album, "Slave to the Machine", was released through DRT Entertainment. The album peaked at #21 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and #19 on the Heatseekers chart. The first single, "Tanis", went on to achieve the #1 spot on both the Active Rock independent and Mainstream Rock independent charts.

The band is managed by Union Entertainment Group (NICKELBACK, HINDER, RED).

For more information, go to www.myspace.com/lynam.

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