#songoftheday = TED POLEY: “HANDS OF LOVE”

Ted Poley does it again!  I was just praising “Higher,” the first single from his forthcoming album Beyond The Fade (out 5/13), the other day.  Now Frontiers has unleashed another track, “Hands of Love,” and it’s one of the best melodic rock tunes I’ve ever heard with its loud guitars, triumphant keyboards and Ted’s fantastic vocals, which sound especially superb on the knock out chorus.  In fact, it’s so good that it sounds like something Jon Bon Jovi would have written with Desmond Child circa Slippery When Wet.  I don’t think I can give it bigger props than that.  Whether you’re a fan of “hair” metal, AOR, or melodic rock, this one is sure to strike a chord with you.  Awesome one, Ted.

“Beyond the Fade” Track Listing includes: 
1. Let’s Start Something
2. Everything We Are
3. Hands Of Love
4. The Perfect Crime
5. Stars
6. Higher
7. Where I Lost You
8. You Won’t See Me Cryin’
9. We Are Young
10. Sirens
11. Beneath The Stars
TED POLEY: Lead Vocals
Issa: duet vocal on The Perfect Crime
Alessandro Del Vecchio: Drums, Keyboards, Backing Vocals 
Mario Percudani: Guitars 
Anna Portalupi: Bass

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An entertainment journalist for 20 years, Michael McCarthy was a columnist and contributing editor for the magazines Lollipop and LiveWire. He co-created and wrote for Cinezine, one of the '90's most popular movie E-zines. The only time he's not listening to music is when he's watching television shows and movies or reading, usually music magazines.

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