PLACE VENDOME: Former HELLOWEEN Singer Teams Up With PINK CREAM 69 Members

Frontiers Records has set an October 10 European release date for the debut album from PLACE VENDOME, a brand-new project featuring former HELLOWEEN singer Michael Kiske along with PINK CREAM 69 members Dennis Ward, Uwe Reitenauer, and Kosta Zafiriou, plus VANDEN PLAS ivory tinkler Gunther Werno.

PLACE VENDOME (named after the world-renowned square in Paris) is said to feature a straight melodic rock/AOR sound, "comparable to bands like FOREIGNER or JOURNEY," according to Kiske. Production duties were handled by Ward, who wrote the material with his bandmates David Readman and Alfred Koffler, with contributions from Werno.

"Place Vendome" track listing (in no particular order):

01. Right Here
02. Heaven's Door
03. I Will Be Gone
04. I Will Be Waiting
05. Magic Carpet Ride
06. The Setting Sun
07. Place Vendome
08. Too Late
09. Sign of the Times
10. Cross the Line (90-second mp3 clip)

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