"Our studio recording days have been a highlight moment in our career," explains 55-year-old Dan. "Being able to showcase these new songs in a live environment will be a fantastic opportunity to thank and celebrate with those who made them a reality."
Formed in Portland, Oregon, Dan Reed Network packed out local clubs from late 1984 till 1986, mixing hard rock, funk and soul. After releasing their EP, Breathless, and having a top ten single, Steal Me, on local radio they signed to Polygram/Mercury Records and released their self-titled debut album in the winter of 1987.
The band supported the album in Europe with performances at London' s Marquee Club and Stockholm's Melody Club. Their second album, Slam, was produced by Nile Rodgers, with their growing status in Europe leading to support slots on the European leg of Bon Jovi's New Jersey tour in 1989 and The Rolling Stones' European Urban Jungle tour in 1990.