Hericane Alice

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Hericane Alice
Origin Minneapolis, Minnesota
Genres Glam metal
Years active 1984-1990, 2007-present
Labels Atlantic
Associated acts Bangalore Choir
Bad Moon Rising
Members Bruce Naumann
Johnny Holiday
Johnny Keyte
Chris Lakey
Past members Leni DeMancari
Danny Gill
Scott Werner
Ian Mayo
Rusty Miller
Jackie Ramos

Hericane Alice was a short lived glam metal band that formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Their debut album was the self-titled and very limited Hurricane Alice. Due to conflict with another band called Hurricane, they changed the spelling of their name to Hericane Alice for their second album. Their second album, Tear the House Down, released in 1990, was more popular and released on a major label Atlantic Records. Songs from Tear the House Down include the fast paced and hard partying Wild, Young, and Crazy along with Tear the House Down. They have a ballad titled Dream Girl. Two of the band members (Ian Mayo and Jackie Ramos) joined the band Bangalore Choir (with David Reece) another short lived band and went on to play with Whitesnake/Dio guitarist Doug Aldrich and Lion/Tytan vocalist Kal Swann in the band Bad Moon Rising. The vocalist Bruce Naumann reformed the band recently with Johnny Holiday (lead guitar) Chris Lakey (drums), John Keyte (bass).

Discography[edit]

  • Hurricane Alice EP (1986)
  • Hericane Alice (demo) (1988)
  • Tear the House Down (1990 Atlantic Records)

Members[edit]

Current[edit]

  • Bruce Naumann - lead vocals
  • Johnny Holiday - guitars
  • Johnny Keyte - bass guitar
  • Chris Lakey - drums

Former[edit]

  • Leni DeMancari - guitars
  • Danny Gill - guitars
  • Scott Werner - bass guitar
  • Ian Mayo - bass guitar
  • Jackie Ramos - drums
  • Rusty Miller - drums
  • Todd Ziebarth - drums

Personnel[edit]

Hurricane Alice (1986)

  • Bruce Naumann - lead vocals
  • Leni DeMancari - guitar, keyboards and background vocals
  • Scott Werner - bass and background vocals
  • Rusty Miller - drums and background vocals

Tear the House Down (1990)

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