New songs had been introduced into live shows and these formed part of "The Wish", released on Music For Nations Records. The heaviest album they had ever recorded, it contained as ever an impressive variety of styles – although all are firmly in the hard rock genre. There were no diversions into the more 'fashionable' areas of music that were taking over the media.
Legs Diamond is an American rock band that has often been called "The American Deep Purple". They formed in Los Angeles, California starting with Michael "Diamond" Gargano (bass) and Jeff Poole (drums). The group released their self-titled debut album for Mercury Records in 1977. The original band broke up in 1980 after three popular albums, but reformed in 1984 after their original albums had begun to acquire a cult following… The announcement that Roger Romeo was back on board for another reformation and attack was greeted with enthusiastic anticipation. The result was their CD "Town Bad Girl" complete with controversial sleeve and crammed full of classy songs.
Lee Aaron is an award-winning singer, musician, and songwriter who has reinvented herself many times over during her long career. Lee Aaron, formerly known as Karen Greening, was Canada's self-proclaimed 'Metal Queen'. She was one of the first women to have a successful solo career in heavy metal music. After the international success of Fire and Gasoline, rocker Lee Aaron returns with her best in decades. It is an extraordinary blend of hard-blues, rock n roll and hard-rock that pays homage to the giants of the late 60s and 70s. From the opening riffs of originals such as Diamond Baby & American High, to her impassioned version of Deep Purple's Mistreated & the Koko Taylor's anthem, I'm a Woman, she captivates and impresses with a performance that may well be the finest of her career!