MIKE TRAMP: European Tour Diary Posted Online

Mike Tramp's (ex-WHITE LION) bass player Claus Langeskov has posted a diary covering Tramp's 2004 European tour on his official web site. Read it at this location.

As previously reported, Tramp recently announced the formation of TRAMP'S WHITE LION — a band dedicated 100% to the original sound and songs of WHITE LION.

"My solo career was always going to be a departure from both WHITE LION and FREAK OF NATURE, and I felt I did that well with my first album 'Capricorn'," Tramp said. "But I feel that because I have been playing a mix of songs in my live set, I have also taken steps backwards in my solo career, when what I wanted to do was take many steps further away from what I was known as. With TRAMP'S WHITE LION, I now can perform that classic sound with no compromise, and at the same time take my solo career to the musical place that I want to go."

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