Ex-TNT and Skid Row singer Tony Harnell doesn’t like jumping around between various bands
Current Starbreaker and former TNT and Skid Row lead vocalist Tony Harnell was recently interviewed by Hall Laurel for the book Soundtrack of Our Youth: History of Hair Metal Music, which was recently released and is available in Kindle and paperback formats.
It was pointed out to Harnell that besides TNT, he’s jumped around a lot between various bands. The singer was asked whether he would get bored playing with the same group of guys for 30 years and having to play the same songs a million times. Harnell replied: “I don’t like jumping around at all, it just worked out that way for better or worse. And it wasn’t a lot of bands it was two:) If I could change a few things I would but I don’t like to dwell on the past or hang onto regrets. I’ve made my peace with all decisions and have moved on and so have the other parties involved.”
Harnell has been in and out of TNT over the last decade starting in 2006 when he first left the band. Wikipedia has Harnell‘s stints in the band listed as 1984 to 1992, 1996 to 2006, 2012, 2013–2015, 2016-2017. Harnell was also briefly the singer for Skid Row in 2015.
You can read the rest of the interview with Harnell at the Hair Metal Music‘s Facebook page or the book Soundtrack of Our Youth: History of Hair Metal Music.