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A Bunch Of Newly Released Classic Rock Tracks

John Mellencamp - Sad Clowns & Hillbillies
John Mellencamp – Sad Clowns & Hillbillies

After a bit of an after-Christmas lull in new classic rock music releases – this week has given us a bunch of newly released classic rock tracks that I have added into high rotation in the playlist.

First off – I have added the first track released from the upcoming John Mellencamp album. The track is called Easy Target and the album is called Sad Clowns and Hillbillies, which is scheduled to be released on April 28th.

Next, listen for the track Comfort Me from the impending Night Ranger album which is called Don’t Let Up. (Remember their smash hit Sister Christian from 1984?) This album drops on March 24th.

Also listen for the latest track released from the impending new album from Deep Purple. The track is called All I Got Is You which will be on their album titled InFinite, which is due for release on April 7th.

Two other tracks added into high rotation are a new single from Peter Frampton called I Saved A Bird Tonight and a new track from Colin Hay (who was the lead singer for Men At Work) called Come Tumblin’ Down. You can find this track on his recently released album called Fierce Mercy. Read a review here.

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