From the studio album “He Saw It Comin’” and released via Frontiers Music on January 27, 2017.
Jack Russell stated the following about ‘Blame It On The Night’:
“Most of the material I have written in my life has been autobiographical, this song is one of the exceptions. The song was written for and about my wife’s childhood. Because of the subject and the feelings I have for my wife this was a very difficult song to sing. But I believe that the topic is an important one to bring into the light and out of the shadows”
Opening track from the album “Live Your Life Forever” released by Hurricane Records in 1990. This album has delightful hints of AOR and a crisp of melodic rock, all in a wonderfully played and executed package.
Zar’s vocalist on this album is John Lawton known in the 1970s as the singer of Lucifer’s Friend. Through the years Lawton was involved in several projects including Les Humphries Singers in the early 1970s and Gunhill in the mid 1990s. He also recorded three albums with Uriah Heep: Firefly (1977), Innocent Victim (1977) and Fallen Angel (1978)