House of Broken Love
|"House of Broken Love"|
|Single by Great White|
|from the album ...Twice Shy|
|B-side||Bitches and Other Women / Red House (live)|
|Genre||Hard rock, blues rock|
|Writer(s)||Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie and Alan Niven|
|Producer(s)||Alan Niven and Michael Lardie|
|Great White singles chronology|
House of Broken Love is a 1989 rock song by the American hard rock band Great White. Written by Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie and Alan Niven, the song was the eighth track on the band's album ...Twice Shy.
Great White's lead singer, Jack Russell, stated in an interview with the BBC's The Friday Rock Show that the song is about being alone. He had recently gone through a divorce and was with band mate Mark Kendall - who had also recently broken up - when the band's manager walked in and said, "What is this, the house of broken love?"
The band played the song at the American Music Awards of 1990.