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Greg Kihn (http://www.gregkihn.com), the inimitable Beserkley Records recording artist of the 1980's, known for his chart-topping songs and MTV videos, "Jeopardy," and "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em Like That)," announces the Greg Kihn Band CD Release/Reunion Party in honor of his new release, Greg Kihn Band; Best of Berserkley, 1974-1985, scheduled for Saturday, May 19, 2012, at The Catalyst Club in Santa
Cruz, California (http://catalystclub.com), sponsored by KFOX FM 102.1 San Francisco/98.5 San Jose.
Enter to win a Greg Kihn CD Release Party VIP Ticket Package here: http://gregkihn.com/blog/win-a-pair-of-vip-meet-and-greets-for-the-greg-kihn-band-catalyst-show/
The VIP Package Includes: Autographed copy of "Best Of Beserkley" '75-'84, Autographed copy of Greg Kihn Band DVD, and a Meet and greet / photo opp with Greg Kihn prior to show.
About Greg Kihn:
Greg Kihn Band: Best of Berserkley, 1974-1985's 21-tracks features 19 Greg Kihn remastered original hits drawn from Greg's eight-of-nine full-length Beserkley Records studio albums, including The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'em Like That), Jeopardy, Happy Man and Reunited, along with two tribute tracks to Bruce Springsteen
(long considered one of Greg's biggest musical influences), Rendezvous and For You. I have taken the liberty to include the press release at this URL: http://www.prthatrocks.com/pressrel/greg_kihn_bobr_7485_pr.htm
He's also the #1 reigning Classic Rock morning man on KFOX FM in San Francisco and San Jose, the biggest Classic Rock Superstation west of the Mississippi, for 16-years.
His four novels and one book of short stories will be released on iPad and Kindle this year.
Greg has a screenplay in development for a new cable series about how the mafia ran the music industry in New York City during the early 1960's. Entitled '45 RPM,' it's described as a cross between 'The Sopranos-Meets Almost
iTunes calls Greg Kihn Band: Best of Berserkley, 1974-1985 "among the finest hits of the late '70's and early '80's," and "...the ability of Kihn and bassist Steve Write to write concise, heartfelt pop tunes made the group a rock band of genuine consequence." http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/greg-kihn-band-best-beserkley/id509848962
The New Yorker, in their May 8th, 2012 review, said, the Greg Kihn Band "...specialized in unflashy rock and roll, played sharply, sung passionately, with a high degree of intelligence and subtlety: there weren't always big hits, but there were consistent pleasures." Read more http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/goingson/2012/05/greg-kihn-band.html#ixzz1uVCkLV2C