Punky Meadows is from one of the most striking Hard Rock band of the 70’s, Angel, and on September 18th, Punky Meadows will release the new single, “Lost And Lonely.”

The track features three members of Angel – guitarist Punky Meadows, vocalist Frank Dimino, and bassist Felix Robinson, as well as Punky’s band members Danny Farrow, Charlie Calv and Bob Pantella, who all performed on the song. They also filmed a brand-new video at The Chance Theatre in New York for the song, in which it is the first time since 1980 that three members of Angel appear together in a music video. Watch the clip, below.

The tune can be ordered at iTunes, by clicking here.

“Man, we had such a great time shooting our latest video with Frank, Felix and the guys,” says Punky. “Danny and I talked about doing this video for a while. We thought it would be something special for not only the fans of my band, but for the many Angel fans as well. Frank really delivered on this track, and the whole band kicked ass!!!”

Also order the autographed limited special edition of Punky Meadows’ Fallen Angel full CD with the Frank Dimino version of Lost and Lonely at mainmanrecords.com.

Punky Meadows also just launched a new merch Store with many shirts, posters and other great items you can order at shop.bandwear.com/punkymeadows.

Also, more exciting news – Punky and the band just signed with The Artery Foundation Artist Management, and will be working on many new exciting things together, including a slew of shows for 2018.

Lastly, Punky and his band will be doing a special show November 10th at the Debonair Music Hall (Mexicali Live) in Teaneck, NJ. You can get tickets and meet and greet at link for Punky’s official site below.

For more information, please visit:

Official Website

6 Responses

  1. Great song, and even greater with Frank and Felix on board. I purchased the FALLEN ANGEL CD and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely reminded me of WHITE HOT era Angel material. While that era wasn’t my favorite era of Angel (I liked their first album and HELLUVA BAND much more), it was still enjoyable. I would LOVE to hear about an Angel reunion, even if it was just for a few shows.

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