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A conversation with Loverboy’s Paul Dean

Canadian rockers to headline day one of New England Ribfest 

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After nearly four decades as a band, Loverboy lead singer Mike Reno says the group is taking a DIY approach to getting their music to fans. Instead of relying on record companies, Loverboy is releasing a new song each month for free through their website. The latest is “Stop the Rain” and it’s accompanied by a fan-produced video that is out of this world. Mike Reno checked in last week to discuss the present, past and future of Loverboy. 

Published in Music
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 14:20

All things '80s

Iconic legends rock Bangor Waterfront

BANGOR  As the old Journey song says, "the party's over." As the leaves begin to fall, the Waterfront stage is heading to the ground - but not before Bangor rocked with Journey, Pat Benatar and Loverboy on Friday night.

Loverboy, famous for the early '80s staples "The Kid is Hot Tonight" and "Lovin' Every Minute of It," started the evening. The band's lead vocalist, Mike Reno, can still knock out the vocals. They wrapped up with "Working for the Weekend," a suitable choice indeed for a crowd happily standing in a cold drizzle.

Published in Music
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 14:48

Mike Reno of Loverboy Ready to rock Bangor

 80's rock band to appear with Journey and Pat Benatar

After 32 years, more than a dozen hits and sales of more than 20 million records, Loverboy is still going strong. Lead singer Mike Reno says the group's longevity can be attributed to the fact that they retain the bond that brought them together.

Loverboy's lineup has endured one change in its three decade history: the death of longtime bassist and Mike Reno's best friend Scott Smith in a boating accident.

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