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Ruben Gomez: Lead vocals
John Crisci: Guitar
Jon Orth: Drums
Jerry Capri: Bass
John Seput: Keys

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KINGS HAREM (United States)

KINGS HAREM hails from New Jersey, USA.
Living in New Jersey in the mid 80's saw the rise of shopping malls and hair bands.
It was a melting pot of music and musicians. To either be in a band or be seen hanging
out with a band was the coolest thing ever. On the local scene rising up in the shadows
of Bon Jovi, Skid Row and Trixter alike was KINGS HAREM. Featured on WDHA,
the bands notoriety took off at the start of the 90's. Known for their high energetic stage
performances, the band thrived on giving the audience a show to remember.
Infamous for their after show pasta parties, the band members mostly Italian,
were all home grown boys having the time of their lives.

n the spring of 88' founding members John Crisci, guitarist and Jerry Capri, bassist,
were both performing on the Jersey club circuit in various bands. Like most musicians
they were involved in projects that often developed into something else.
John fresh out of music college, meet Jerry from an ad in a paper called the 'Aquarian'.
The two personalities hit it off to seek out a drummer to jam with. Performing at a
local club doing cover tunes was drummer, Jon Orth.
The following jam sessions were joined by Jon's closest friend, keyboardist, John Seput.

The nucleus of Kings Harem was formed from those jam sessions with John Crisci assuming
the lead vocals as the writing progressed. Performing gigs on the local club circuit to work
out material and fine tune the show, the band realized it needed a front man to spark up the
live performance engine. One night after passing out band flyers on car windshields promoting
a gig, John Crisci stopped in a 7/11 coffee shop.
There he meets Ruben Gomez at the coffee machine. Ruben had just left the pop band,
"Menudo" and was looking for a rock project. Ruben was invited to sing at the next gig
covering a Bad Company song, "Rock Steady" and the rest was history.
The energy of that performance was so cool we knew we had something.

"As the colds wind blow and summer fades away", the band headed into the studio to cut their
debut album with the newest addition to the line up, Ruben Gomez of "Menudo".
It was spring of 1992 and we spent the year touring the east coast, promoting and working
on a good 12 song album. The gigs were so much fun. It was easy to get caught up in the
madness of backstage antics and front stage camaraderie. It was the stuff songs are made
of if ya' know what I mean. We were talking with Sony back then, so it was time to concentrate
on recording... We finished allot of stuff and mastered a handful to start with to feed to Sony.
As fate would spin it, the 90’s grunge scene took off ...we never signed with Sony.
So we released an EP on our own while finishing up the album, titled "All Access Pass".

For the Twentieth Anniversary of the Boulevard Recording Sessions,
we're proud to re-release, "All Access Pass", by KINGS HAREM.

 

George "Snaki" Lane: "These guys have the whole package! They're young, have scenic presence, talent, their vocalist has amazing capabilities, and they origin from a music scene with a long history in Hard Rock, United States! What else could you ask from a Hard Rock Band? I love to see talented new bands! Give them some time and you'll see they'll rock you! Kick ass stuff!"

For
BeRock Radio Minizine (2015)
Post Date: 12th June 2015

Links:
Band's Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/kingsharem