miketrampheadshot It was a little over a year ago that former White Lion singer Mike Tramp released the semi-acoustic Cobblestone Street album — a collection of songs that showed Tramp from a more singer-songwriter and roots-based angle than his earlier work. Now Tramp is back with a new solo album titled Museum. Due on August 18th through Target, the CD was produced by Soren Andersen and was recorded and mixed at Medley Studios in Copenhagen.

Since the release of Cobblestone Street, Tramp has been on an ongoing tour all over the world, performing more than 130 shows from Australia to Europe to the States, where he played 40 shows this year alone.

Museum track listing:

1. Trust In Yourself
2. New World Coming
3. Down South
4. Better
5. Freedom
6. Commitment
7. And You Were Gone
8. Slave
9. Mother
10. Time For Me To Go

Watch the video for the first single, Trust In Yourself, below. It was directed by Mike’s son Dylan Tramp.

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  • Doug on

    I get that Tramp has moved on, and that is great, but getting White Lion back together would really help his career in my opinion. Case in point, about two months ago he played a gig in the relatively small town that I live in. This “gig” was literally at a bar on the outskirts of our city limits, it’s a total dive. The “stage” is basically a corner area; guessing no more than 50 people can squeeze in there. An awesome and sad experience all in one.

  • Jimi on

    I really dig this tune. I am not a big fan of acoustic music, but this track really is great. Maybe I should this album a listen. Forget the reunion talk, Mike is happy doing what he does now. But as he said himself a while back, he might be interested in a “super group” project kinda thing.

  • Joe Pensanti on

    Hartford Agora Ballroom, Fall 1987. White Lion supporting Frehley’s Comet. WL were like lambs led to the slaughter. The chants of ACE ACE ACE ACE every 3 minutes told the band that we were not interested. Do I hate WL? No. But opening for the most anticipated comeback in rock at that time was sheer lunacy.

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