This American vocalist/composer performed and recorded under his own name, always preferring the services of hired hands to a conventional band set-up. He recorded three albums during the early 80s, using a variety of session musicians, including Earl Slick, Rick Derringer, Carmine Appice, Dana Strum and Frankie Banali. His style fell somewhere between Jimmy Barnes and Bryan Adams - easily accessible hard rock with gritty vocals and infectious hooklines. Ultimately, the songs lacked real character and he failed to break into the big time.
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