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Gynger Lynn

by Gynger Lynn

Not just another "hair band," Gynger Lynn rose from the depths of basement rehearsals in 1989 and took Chicago stages by storm for over a decade; becoming one of the hardest-working and most enduring rock legends the area has ever seen.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Dirty
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2. Reasons Why
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3. One and Only
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4. My, My Lisa
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5. Why Is It Over
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6. On My Way
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7. Tell the World
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8. In My Heart
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9. Wanna Be Your Lover
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10. I Love the Lights
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11. Arms Around You
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12. Faces
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13. Love
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Album Notes
Dean Pressley - Vocals & Guitar
Will Hair - Lead Guitar
Jim Stuppy - Bass
Frank Paul - Drums

Not just another "hair band," Gynger Lynn rose from the depths of
basement rehearsals in 1989 and took Chicago stages by storm for
over a decade; becoming one of the hardest-working and most
enduring rock legends the area has ever seen. Doro, Tony MaCalpine,
Tuff, Lillian Axe, Helix, Blue Oyster Cult and many others are all
noteworthy notches on their touring belt and fans have been known
to come from far and wide to witness them in action throughout the
years.

GYNGER LYNN - Self-Titled

Once the object of a "signing war," Gynger Lynn lands hard on both feet here
with their debut, self-titled release for Eonian Records. Armed with songs like
"Reasons Why," a seductive power ballad complete with haunting vocals and
crying guitars and "Tell The World" its upbeat counterpart love-song that most
girls wish was written for them, they bring it all home with their signature
sound in "I Love The Lights," the hard-hitting screaming anthem for a
generation of musicians.

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