Shadow King (band)
|Past members||Lou Gramm
Shadow King was a rock band. Members included now former Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm, former Sweet Savage, Dio, Whitesnake, Riverdogs, (and then future Def Leppard) guitarist Vivian Campbell, Lou Gramm's former Black Sheep and then future Foreigner bandmate bass player Bruce Turgon, and drummer Kevin Valentine.
They released a self-titled album in 1991. Although plans were made for a tour, they performed only once, at the Astoria Theatre in London, England, on December 13, 1991. Shortly afterward, Vivian Campbell announced he was leaving Shadow King to join Def Leppard. Although replacements were considered, the band members eventually went their separate ways, with Gramm and Turgon joining the reunited Foreigner in 1993.
Reportedly, Lou Gramm guested with Def Leppard on stage in 1992, shortly after Vivian Campbell joined Def Leppard.
- Shadow King (1991 Atlantic Records)
- What Would it Take (4:20)
- Anytime, Anywhere (4:26)
- Once Upon a Time (5:23)
- Don't Even Know I'm Alive (5:08)
- Boy (4:03)
- I Want You (4:29)
- This Heart of Stone (4:36)
- Danger in the Dance of Love (3:57)
- No Man's Land (4:12)
- Russia (3:45)
Produced by Keith Olsen
- Highlander II: The Quickening (contributed song "One Dream") (1991)
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