Breaking Curfew is the fourth studio album by the Canadian rock band Red Rider, released in 1984. Album reached #137 on Billboard's 200 chart in 1984 assisted by the single "Young Thing, Wild Dreams (Rock Me)" which hit #44 on the Canadian charts and #71 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. "Breaking Curfew" also hit #93 in Canada.
UFO guitarist and shred legend Vinnie Moore is getting back to his classic rock roots for his new band, Red Zone Rider. Moore is joined in RZR by vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kelly Keeling and drummer Scot Coogan. Red Zone Rider is reminiscent of some of the great heavy bands of the early 1970's: Led Zeppelin, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, and Rainbow. Red Zone Rider (RZR) has captured the sound and the feeling of music that not only defined an era but became the template for all heavy rock styles since then.
UK vocalist Shaun Escoffery, whose classic hits “Space Rider” and “Days Like This” are enjoyed by club goers worldwide, is back with a stunning new album “In The Red Room” which combines sheer gospel-tinged power – as on the single “Nature’s Call” – with soulful subtlety on ballads such as “Nobody Knows” and “Do U Remember”.
The Hitman Blues Band spins out another fantastic album, “Pale Rider,” that offers generous helpings of mostly original Blues/Rock compilations. The lead vocal impresses the listener with rootsy and melodic tonality while the instruments drive home a rush of rocking energy. You’ll be hooked right from the first song, “Your Blues” with the dynamic beats and catchy lyrics. Another song, “Red Hook” runs full throttle as the guitar runs with maximum fury on the solo. Offering up a different sound, “Miss Catherine,” shows off some nice horn hooks that interplays with the vocal and is a treasure of a song that displays a lively bouncy beat. The title track, “Pale Rider,” is splashed with nice Hammond organ chords that compliment the razor sharp guitar lead. If you’re a fan of Johnny Winter or just like some great Rocking Blues, then “Pale Rider,” is just the album you’ll want to hear.