Ex-WHITE LION Singer MIKE TRAMP: New Audio Interview Available

A 21-minute audio interview with ex-WHITE LION vocalist Mike Tramp, conducted recently by Norway's Metal Express Radio (web site), has been posted online at this location.

TRAMP'S WHITE LION — the classic rock band led by Mike Tramp — kicked off a European tour earlier in the month. The group's lineup for the tour is the same as that on the last tour and the band's live CD: Mike Tramp vocals and guitar; Jamie Law on guitar; Claus Longwood on bass; Troy P. Farrell on drums; and Henning Wanner on keyboards.

Tramp recently stated: "After much thought and consideration, I have decided to give TRAMP'S WHITE LION a second shot and make it a good one. I never felt good about giving up after our last agent messed up our plans for 2006 and we were left with nothing. So together with your many requests and the band wanting to do it, we're already off and running and this time will be taking it one step further! Yes I/we have decided to record an album of all-new TRAMP'S WHITE LION songs. Without promising too much, this is something we hope will be released sometime in April/May next year."


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