Seven Winger

Album info



Label: Frontiers Records s.r.l.

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Hard Rock

Artist: Winger

Album including Album cover


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  • 1Proud Desperado03:50
  • 2Heavens Falling05:15
  • 3Tears of Blood05:04
  • 4Resurrect Me04:11
  • 5Voodoo Fire03:58
  • 6Broken Glass05:32
  • 7It's Okay04:13
  • 8Stick the Knife in and Twist03:32
  • 9One Light to Burn04:12
  • 10Do or Die03:54
  • 11Time Bomb04:19
  • 12It All Comes Back Around07:28
  • Total Runtime55:28

Info for Seven

In celebration of their 35 years as a touring and recording act, multi-platinum artist Winger have announced the release of their seventh studio album, the aptly titled “Seven” on May 5th. The 12-track album, produced by vocalist/bassist Kip Winger and recorded in Nashville, TN, will be distributed worldwide by Frontiers Music. It is the band’s first new album since their 2014 release “Better Days Comin’”.

Winger is one of the only bands formed during the late ‘80s that still features all of their original members: Kip Winger, Reb Beach, Rod Morgenstein, and Paul Taylor. Guitarist John Roth was added in 1992. To support the new album, Winger will partake in extensive touring, beginning with a UK tour with Steel Panther in May followed by a U.S tour with the Tom Keifer Band in June. Additionally, the band will do a number of headline shows throughout the summer.

Kip Winger, lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, keyboards, piano
Reb Beach, lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals, harmonica, keyboards, piano
Rod Morgenstein, drums, percussion, backing vocals, piano
Paul Taylor, keyboards, rhythm and lead guitar, backing vocals, piano
John Roth, rhythm and lead guitar, backing vocals, bass, keyboards

A former member of Alice Cooper's band, bassist Kip Winger formed his own group in 1986; in addition to vocalist/bassist Winger, the group featured guitarist Reb Beach, bassist Paul Taylor, and drummer Rod Morgenstein, formerly of the Dixie Dregs. Taking their name from their leader after a last-minute change from Sahara, Winger specialized in the stylish pop-metal that sent Bon Jovi and Poison to the top of the charts. The band's eponymous debut sold over a million copies on the strength of the rocker 'Seventeen' and the ballad 'Headed for a Heartbreak.' Winger's second album, 1990's In the Heart of the Young, was equally successful, selling over a million copies and featuring the hit power ballad 'Miles Away.' However, the band didn't outlast the post-alternative pop-metal backlash and the group faded away after the release of their 1993 album Pull. Kip Winger launched a solo career later that decade, releasing three albums before reuniting with his former bandmates in 2002. After a brief tour alongside fellow pop-metal veterans Poison, the band returned to the studio to craft their first album in more than a decade. 2006's IV stuck close to the formula that made Winger famous, and the resulting reunion tour was captured on the two-disc set Winger Live. Another album called Karma quickly followed in 2009, but the group took its time to deliver Better Days Comin', which appeared in the spring of 2014. (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)

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