The rock band White Heart released eleven studio albums between 1982 and 1997. The music of White Heart combines the sounds of classic rock, hard rock, arena rock, pop and progressive rock. Throughout their career the band experienced numerous lineup changes. The two constants throughout their history have been keyboardist/vocalist Mark Gersmehl and guitarist Billy … Continue reading Ranking The White Heart Albums From 1987 to 1997
Stryper has been on an incredible run since reforming in 2003. This is especially true of the band's last three studio albums: No More Hell To Pay (2013), Fallen (2015) and God Damn Evil (2018). The latter two albums are arguably the band's best. Part of the success of the recent albums lies in the … Continue reading Song Spotlight/Song Of The Week – Blood From Above by Stryper
Stryper is currently in the studio recording a brand new album. The untitled project will be the follow-up to the band's album God Damn Evil (2018). The new album will be their eleventh original studio album. Michael Sweet recently stated that this new album will be the band's best and most powerful to date. … Continue reading Will 2020 Be Stryper’s Best Year?
Many rock music fans know singer/songwriter John Elefante primarily for his work with the band Kansas. Elefante fronted the band from 1982 to 1984. His role included lead vocalist, songwriter and keyboard player. I am a big fan of the two albums, Vinyl Confessions (1982) and Drastic Measures (1983), that he recorded with Kansas. After … Continue reading Song Spotlight: Taken Down Below By John Elefante’s Mastedon
Stryper front man Michael Sweet has been on an incredibly creative run over the last few years. The last three Stryper albums: No More Hell To Pay (2013), Fallen (2015) and God Damn Evil (2018), are among the band's best work. Sweet himself has recently released three killer solo albums: I'm Not Your Suicide (2014), … Continue reading Sweet & Bettencourt, A Band I Want To See And Hear