Cheetah Chrome – Solo

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Reaching fame as the guitarist for punk rock band The Dead Boys and Rocket from the Tombs, Cheetah Chrome hooks audiences with classic guitar riffs and solos in his first ever solo album, coming at age 58. With a voice like Bruce Springsteen, and a guitar sound like an early 90s Seattle-based rock group, Cheetah Chrome does a great job of bringing in listeners throughout his 7 song album. The first song kickstarts the album with an instrumental, and then kicks in to the great East Side Story. Cheetah Chrome proves in his debut solo outing that he can easily step up to the microphone and front a great band of his own. If he were going solo in the 70s, you would have no doubt seen him at CBGB’s on a Friday night. -Mark Douglas

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