Black Star Riders frontman Ricky Warwick has issued a lyric video for “The Road To Domascus Street”, the lead track from his upcoming solo double-album set.
Due February 26 via Nuclear Blast, the 2-CD package “When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues)” and the acoustic “Hearts On Trees” sees Warwick joined a host of guests including BSR bandmate Damon Johnson, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, Ginger Wildheart, Andy Cairns, Billy Morrison and Stiff Little Fingers' Jake Burns.
"The albums were written by myself and my good friend Sam Robinson,” says Warwick. “Both albums depict our experiences of growing up and coming from the Greater East Belfast area, not only experiences that have happened to us but historical references and stories that have been told to us by friends and family.
"In saying that, both albums translate those experiences on to a global scale that hopefully anyone geographically can relate to.”
The package will be released in sync with the start of a UK tour with Warwick and his band The Fighting Hearts supporting Stiff Little Fingers.
Meanwhile, Black Star Riders are joining Def Leppard and Whitesnake for a 10-date UK tour this month as they continue to tour in support of their second album, “The Killer Instinct.”
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