Posts tagged Michael Sweet


Stryper Frontman Michael Sweet Disapproves of U2’s Choice in Album Marketing

September 20, 2014
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U2 introduced an interesting method when it came down to the recent release of their first full-length studio album in five years, ‘Songs of Innocence.’ The sheer existence wasn’t even confirmed until an Apple Inc. event, which was initially meant to be used to announce the latest iPhone model. U2’s new record was introduced to more than 500 million iTunes users to download for no cost, which in turn opened the rock group to extensive television advertising with the service.


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Michael Sweet and George Lynch Lead New All-Star Rock Formation on “September”

September 10, 2014
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Gathering members known for their work in such prominent groups as David Lee Roth, Dokken, Foreigner, Stryper, Ozzy Osbourne and White Lion, Sweet/Lynch shows a formidable collection of heavyweight rock musicians offering the first evidence of their existence as a collective with a memorable tribute to the upcoming anniversary of the tragic and impactful 9/11 attacks.


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Stryper’s Michael Sweet Unearths Country Rock With “Coming Home” Music Video

July 3, 2014
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With his main focus directed towards his role as lead vocalist and guitarist for heavy metal band Stryper, Michael Sweet clutters his free time with forming rock supergroups, authoring autobiographies, and occasionally focusing on his solo career. While Sweet chronically suffers from RRSS (Restless Rock Singer’s Disease), there’s no ignoring the outcome of his work, such as on the newly released musically diverse solo effort, ‘I’m Not Your Suicide.’


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Michael Sweet, ‘I’m Not Your Suicide’ – Album Review

May 20, 2014
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In what is an impressively diverse compilation of recordings, Michael Sweet steps away from what is widely considered the “norm” and is found embracing a stylistic assortment with consistent success on his sixth solo album, ‘I’m Not Your Suicide.’ While casual listeners may have a difficult time digesting this factor, dedicated fans should be able to appreciate the album’s impressive collaborations and expansive variety.


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