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Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich drops solo single “I Don’t Want It”

Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich drops solo single “I Don’t Want It”

Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich drops solo single “I Don’t Want It”Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich drops solo single “I Don’t Want It”

Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich drops solo single “I Don’t Want It”

Riley’s L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich is a busy guy. Riley’s L.A. Guns just released their sophomore album The Dark Horse via Golden Robot Records on January 22, 2024 and Frohlich launched a solo single titled “I Don’t Want It” via the same record label four days later. Frohlich‘s solo single “I Don’t Want It” will be part of his upcoming solo record 1977.

The singer kind of rose to prominence once it was announced that he was going to be the lead vocalist for drummer Steve Riley‘s version of L.A. Guns back in April 2019.

In an interview with Sleaze Roxx back in mid-April 2019, Frohlich shared how he became the singer for Riley‘s version of L.A. Guns. “I’m excited to be a part of it and play these great songs. Yes, the Facebook page photo was the announcement of the line-up for the M3 show. The gig came about from my friend Jason Green, who was the manager of a Las Vegas band I was involved with — The Sin City Sinners — which included Todd Kerns from Slash’s band and Brent Muscat. I played live and produced an album with them. Jason called me a few months ago and thought I’d be a good fit with L.A. Guns as he saw what I did with Todd and Brent in Faster Pussycat. From there, Steve Riley called me after he had checked me out online and talked to other musicians I have worked with from my 18 years in Las Vegas and previously from that in Canada.”

Kurt Frohlich‘s “I Don’t Want It” single:

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