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Harlow To Reunite To Play At Rocklahoma, Record New Album

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80's glam metal band HARLOW are back together after 15 years with a new record on Retrospect Records. Mickey Kravitz (vocals), Hyland Church(guitar), Mike Rubyor(drums), Matt Cascio(guitar) were signed to Greenworld records in 1986 and released the album " We do what we wanna do" and the single "Rock the box." Retrospect records will be reissuing the first record along with 5 to 6 new songs.

The new CD "Now and Then" should be released by mid June 2008.

In 2005 Cleopatra records re-released the single "Rock the Box" on the box set "Hollywood Rocks" along with other 80's rockers Poison, L.A. guns, Faster Pussycat, Great White, etc.

Harlow is currently bass-less and having a few friends record bass tracks on the new record so far they have Steve Priest from (The Sweet), Jeff Pilson from (Dokken, Foreigner, Dio). The band also has Cherie Currie from (The Runaways) and new artist Electra doing a few back up vocals.

HARLOW will be playing ROCKLAHOMA on July 10th. this year and is planing a contest on a Kansas City, MO radio station to fill the bass player spot. The winner of the contest will join the band HARLOW and play ROCKLAHOMA and any other shows that come up.

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1. stacey p writes:

I cant wait, I saw these guys a few time here in good old Hollywood ( when it was good old Hollywood) they were a great fun live band.. I still have a copy of "rock the box"

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