Former WHITE LION singer Mike Tramp was interviewed by Metal Mom from KJAG Radio on August 2 in Salina, Kansas. You can now watch the chat below. Tramp released his new solo album, “Cobblestone Street”, in North America on May 7 via Deadline Music, a subsidiary of Cleopatra Records. The effort was made available in Europe on April 8 via Target Records in the following formats: CD, limited digipack CD (with two bonus tracks), LP and digitally. “Cobblestone Street” is a departure from the sound that most people would expect from a singer that has been around since WHITE LION crashed on to the hard rock scene in the ’80s. Rock fans have gotten to know Mike Tramp as a legit rock singer and frontman that looked like he was born to be just that. Therefore many might find it surprising that Tramp’s roots and musical upbringing lie deeply buried in folk music. Heavily influenced by fellow Danish artists with acoustic guitars and international stars like Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen, Tramp says that all of his songs through 35 years on the music stage, have always come from sitting with the old faithful acoustic guitar playing and singing. That WHITE LION songs like “When the Children Cry”, “Broken Heart” and “Wait”, and FREAK OF NATURE’s “Rescue Me” later have ended up as epic rock classics is just a question of arranging them in that way with the band in the rehearsal room, but all songs have always been fit to play around the campfire or in the back of a shady bar. “Cobblestone Street” was recorded over a week in Medley Studio in Copenhagen, Denmark in summer of 2012, with just Mike and his good friend engineer/co-producer and multi-instrumentalist Søren Andersen.
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