THE HOLLYWOOD STARS release EP ‘Still Around’ on 3rd Feb

The Hollywood Stars have announced the upcoming release of their new EP ‘Still Around’, due out February 3 via Golden Robot Records.

Born from the 70s Hollywood rock scene, The Hollywood Stars have re-established themselves with their upcoming four track EP. The unheard title track ‘Still Around’ is a high energy song that captures the bands longevity and passion for rock n’ roll.

‘Still Around’ will feature previous singles ‘If It Wasn’t For The Night,’ ‘Will The Lights Go On Again’ and ‘The Bottom.’ Fans of The Hollywood Stars that have seen them perform live at The Whisky A Go Go and an array of southern California venues are reminded why they were such a phenomenon in the 70s, and why they are still a driving force today.

Pre-order/add/save Still Around HERE

It would seem like every nook and cranny in rock ‘n’ roll history has been explored ad infinitum by this point. Countless books and magazine articles have been written, painstakingly excavating the lives and careers of everyone from Chuck Berry to Aerosmith, Wanda Jackson to Arcade Fire. But what if there was a band with deep roots whose story had barely been broached?

A band with direct ties to Little Richard, The Kinks, The Mamas & the Papas, The Electric Prunes, The Strawberry Alarm Clock, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Iggy Pop, The Runaways, The Flamin’ Groovies, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Steppenwolf, Meat Loaf and Blue Cheer, among others?

Such a band does exist, and they are The Hollywood Stars. Now, after more than 40 years apart, they are performing together again and making new music. We are just at the beginning of this new chapter.

Connect with the band online, here

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