Ghosts of Sunset release new single ‘Another Rock N Roll Show‘ on 7th December, out via Golden Robot Records.
Ghosts of Sunset are proving that there is still a hell of a lot of life left in the hard rock/hair metal scene. Their 80’s Hollywood styled hard rock has caused quite a stir with their recent two singles ‘Miles In-Between‘ (approaching 100,000 Spotify streams) and ‘Never Goodbye‘ which is not far behind.
Ghosts of Sunset is the project of singer-songwriter John Merchant from Western Michigan and singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Todd Long and they are set to deliver another Glam drenched new single ‘Another Rock N’ Roll Show‘ via Golden Robot Records on 7th December. Apart from Long and Merchant the track also features Tim Mosher from Junkyard on Lead Guitar.
“In an era when bands delivered arena level performances in small clubs on the Sunset Strip, the Rock N’ Roll Show is where you make the biggest noise and create the biggest buzz.”
– John Merchant
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ABOUT GHOSTS OF SUNSET
Ghosts of Sunset is the project of singer-songwriter John Merchant from Western Michigan and singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Todd Long.
Their upcoming EP ‘Headed West‘ features the work of both Merchant and Long (who have made music for 30+ years for 615 Records Nashville, IDOL/RCA records, and independently) as well as a cast of musicians with their roots in the 1980’s hard rock/hair metal scene. The duo brought in outside musicians with resumes that include L.A. Guns, RATT, Enuff Znuff, KIX, Lita Ford, and more to complete the EP. Renowned producer Adam Hamilton (Missing Persons, L.A. Guns, Vains of Jenna, William Shatner, David Hasselhoff) was brought in to mix and contribute keyboards.
The concept takes a fictional Midwestern band and traces their move to Los Angeles, their rise to national touring artist and their decline as tastes and the industry itself changes. The story which has become common fodder for shows such as Behind the Music spoke to both Merchant and Long who came of age during the golden era which became known as “hair metal”. A term speaks to what many saw as a focus on style over substance.
The EP will be released globally by Golden Robot Records, presents the songs in chronological order and the listener not only takes the journey via the lyrics, but also in the production style and writing maturation process. As the six song EP moves along, the tone darkens, the themes reflect the bands disillusionment before ultimately circling back to making music for the “love of the game”.