Kix's Steve Whiteman Talks Solo Album & Gives Kix Updates
Kix frontman Steve Whiteman talks to the guys at The Metal Voice about his recently released solo album 'You're Welcome' and give the guys an update on all things Kix.
Watch the complete interview here
Whiteman released a solo album, "You're Welcome", in July. The 12-song LP was co-produced by Whiteman along with his trusted collaborators Brad Divens, Jimmy Chalfant and Bob Paré; it was recorded and mixed by Divens at Fixintogetmixin Studio
"You're Welcome" track listing:
02. Talking Bout Luv
03. Get The Wild Out
05. Prick Teaser
06. Bad Blood
07. Kid Dynamite
08. Lightning Bolt
10. Tug of Luv
11. Do Me Like You Done Me Before
12. Shook Me In My Shoes
KIX was founded in 1977 and released its first, self-titled album on Atlantic Records nearly 40 years ago. Their breakthrough came with 1988's "Blow My Fuse", which sold nearly a million copies, thanks to "Don't Close Your Eyes". The band continued to ride the hard-rock wave until 1995, when KIX took a hiatus. Nearly 10 years later, KIX reunited and started touring regionally. A 2008 performance at the Rocklahoma festival led to more gigs and the release of a live DVD/CD called "Live In Baltimore" in 2012.
In 2014, KIX released its seventh full-length album, "Rock Your Face Off" (Loud & Proud Records), the band's first studio effort since 1995's "Show Business".
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