“Livin’ In Suspicion” is the new video from the GRAHAM BONNET BAND. The song is taken from the group’s latest album, “Meanwhile, Back In The Garage”, which was released on July 13 via Frontiers Music Srl. You can watch the video below and read our review of the album here.
Bonnet is a hard rock legend with a pedigree to back that statement up. His stints with RAINBOW, MSG, ALCATRAZZ and IMPELLITTERI prove he is one of the finest rock vocalists of his generation. Fresh off a stint with Michael Schenker Fest, Graham is preparing to return with a new GRAHAM BONNET BAND album, “Meanwhile, Back In The Garage”. This new studio album offers 13 new songs where Bonnet lays down his inimitable vocals over a selection of tunes full of great hooks and melodies. It includes a bonus live DVD captured at a Live From Daryl’s House performance in early 2018. Crafted with Joey Tafolla on guitar (Joey performs all lead and rhythm guitars except “Livin’ In Suspicion”, which is performed by new guitarist Kurt James), Beth-Ami Heavenstone on bass, Jimmy Waldo on keyboards, and Mark Benquechea on drums, “Meanwhile, Back In The Garage” sees Bonnet showing why he has been and still is one of the premiere vocalists in hard rock.
Graham recently told Jason Saulnier about “Meanwhile, Back In The Garage”: “It’s important to me that every album that comes out is possibly, if I can make it, better than the one before. That’s what I aim for, but you’re never perfect. There will always be times where you say, ‘God, I wish I’d done that again,’ with vocals and whatever else. I think this one’s not bad. It’s pretty good. I’m pleased with it.”
Regarding the “Meanwhile, Back In The Garage” album title, Graham said: “It’s sort of a joke in a way, because where I used to rehearse when I was a kid — you know, 14, 15 years old — was in the garage. When I was in a band when I was a teenager, everybody used to rehearse in the garage. They still do, I think, and so do we. That’s what the title is all about. ‘Meanwhile, Back In The Garage’ is a return to the garage, because that’s where I record at home.”