Former Blue Öyster Cult member Joe Bouchard looks back on the band’s golden age in the 70s in new solo track “In the Golden Age”

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Ancient Cult of the blue oyster bass player Joe Bouchard has released a second track as a preview of his upcoming solo album, American rockera melodic rock track titled “In the Golden Age” which makes him reflect on the band’s golden age in the 1970s.

“‘In the Golden Age’ is a high-energy rocker that sets the tone for the whole album,” says Joe. “The song started out inspired by the old 60’s TV show Road 66. I’ve updated the theme to talk about Blue Öyster Cult’s early shows when we started playing big shows on the US West Coast. Yes, my life in the 70s was an endless highway with adventures at every turn… It was all good and exciting!”

The track is available now as a digital download and via streaming services, and a lyric video premiered at label official Deko Entertainment Youtube channel. It was preceded by the anticipated first song of American rockerMy way is the highway.”

The album is an 11-track collection that will be released on June 3. As Joe explains, “American Rocker is a musical journey of my life as a rock star,” adding, “I feel lucky to be living a life of music, and fulfilling my wildest dreams.

CD copies of the album can be pre-ordered now at Special bundles also available combine the CD with a t-shirt and an autographed booklet.

Joe has a series of five North Americans shows aligned in July with his group blue coupe – which also features his brother and fellow former Blue Öyster Cult Albert Bouchard and original Alice Cooper bass player Denis Dunaway. He and Albert will also perform a series of concerts in the UK in August, as The Bouchard brothers.

Here is American rockerThe complete list of titles:

“My way is the highway”
“In the Golden Age”
“Deadly Kisses”
“Love From Nothing”
“Off season hotel”
“The Hounds of Hell”
“Rocket to Glory”
“The devil is in the details”
“Hi Suzi Dear”

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