Since the early ’80’s, Loverboy’s meat-and-potatoes brand of rock and roll has entertained audiences worldwide. Formed in 1979 in Calgary, the Canadian rock band rode the initial MTV video wave, racking up a flurry of smash hits including the blue-collar anthems “Working For The Weekend,” “The Kid Is Hot Tonite,” “Turn Me Loose,” “When It’s Over” and “Hot Girls In Love.”
Just Getting Started is the group’s first new record in 15 years. No discarded ’80s relic, the new CD is a confident and contemporary record that retains the trademark Loverboy touches while its sound proudly resides in the 21st century.
Why did it take so long for a new Loverboy album?