Steve Riley's L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich (May 2020)
Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon Steve Riley's L.A. Guns singer, Kurt Frohlich (recorded May 22nd 2020). Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager Alan Niven co-hosts.
In this episode, Kurt discusses playing hockey with Oilers/Rangers all-star Mark Messier, having Wayne Gretzky over to his house often as a youngster, L.A. Guns upcoming Renegades album on Golden Robot Records, their debut show at the M3 Rock Festival, their next single coming in June, professional voice acting, the Paul Stanley demos, opening for KISS, his love for KISS & answers the burning question of 'who saved KISS', being Ace Frehley in Black Diamond (Canada's tribute to KISS), the uncertainty for musicians in these Covid-19 times and much more.
"I played centre ice and took a face-off against (Mark) Messier. That was my day of glory of hockey."
"On the first track, Crawl, that's my style of singing. I'm not trying to imitate anybody's voice... just gotta be myself."
KISS Destroyer: "It's not my favorite KISS album. I love Rock And Roll Over and Dressed To Kill. I'd rather hear Two Timer than Sweet Pain."
L.A. Guns' future: "I'm really happy with this Renegades album and if we can keep putting out good material, we keep enjoying and people want to come see it; we'll keep doing it. As of now, we don't put a timeline on anything. All of us put our hearts into this album... That's why it feels so good and the songs are strong."
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