Blue Tears began as a cover band in 1983 during their
high school days playing lots of Van Halen, Queen, Def Leppard and
more. They released their self titled debut album in 1990. A
couple of years later they were once again ready to go into the
studio to record a new album, but that didn’t happen, and they
broke up around 1993.
But now Blue Tears are back with a new album called
“The Innocent Ones”, featuring Gregg Fulkerson (vocals and
guitars), Bryan Wolski (bass) and
music here is a very pleasant surprise. It reminds me very much of
Bon Jovi, a bit of Bryan Adams and Def Leppard… but I actually
find Blue Tears better. 14 songs with inspired guitar passages
infused with superb melodies this album deserve the attention of
every Melodic Rock Fan out there.
prefer my music heavier, but once in a while a Melodic Rock album
will do just fine when I need a break from all that head banging.
Gregg Fulkerson voice is pure gold. His voice suits
the songs fantastic and he effortlessly glides through this album
on every track. It doesn't matter, if you take serious Melodic
Rockers like, “Run for Your Life”, “In Your Dreams”, and
“Money to Burn” or great ballads like, “The Innocent Ones”
or “Save Yourself”, the compositions sound mature and very
This is one of those Melodic Rock albums, which you
put into the player and just enjoy, when you need to relax for a
while. Try it.