New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ DSN Media Center)
The veteran Midwest rock group Lynch has announced the worldwide release of their new album "Something in a Dream" which is due this April on DSN Music. "This album has more heart, more soul, more rock and more roll than any other previous Lynch effort, in hindsight we should have called this More!" said Danny
Lynch. "Something in a Dream
is the story of Life, Love, Addiction and the Power of Music!"
Originally formed in 1981, Lynch was a popular Chicago
rock group whose lineup included Danny
Lynch on vocals, Mike Burke on guitar, Frank Pace on drums and Ken Olsofka on bass. By the 1990's the group had disbanded, as a new music scene had developed in Chicago, and members went their separate ways to raise families, and take on other projects.
Then in 2007, former members Frank Pace and Ken Olsofka put the band back together, and returned to the studio with the release "Window of Your Soul" in 2010, featuring the popular single "Wash Me". Following the new release, Lynch was back to performing live and shared the stage with such acts as Pat Travers, Ronnie Montrose, Y&T, and Joey Belladonna.
The new lineup remains mostly the same as it did in the 1980s, with Danny
Lynch, Mike Burke and Frank Pace, with new addition Julio
"JC" Crespo on bass. "With new blood comes fresh ideas and a different viewpoint, since JC arrived he has had a big effect on the Lynch sound" stated Burke. "You still know they are Lynch songs but they have a more modern feel with a
meaner edge!" Added Crespo "It's a totally new level for me,I'mm proud to be part of Lynch and play with amazing musicians!"
In regards to the new project, drummer Frank Pace summed it all up - "We walked away from this one and knew we put everything we had into it…that's a very rare and cool feeling!"
"Something in a Dream" is scheduled for a worldwide release via DSN Music
Tuesday April 8th, and will be available via online and mobile stores such as Amazon.com, iTunes, Google Music, Spotify, Rhapsody, eMusic and hundreds more.