Hardline singer Johnny Gioeli to release first solo album ‘One Voice’ on December 7th

Hardline singer Johnny Gioeli to release first solo album ‘One Voice’ on December 7th

Hardline, Axel Rudi Pell and Gioeli Castronovo lead vocalist Johnny Gioeli will be releasing his first solo album titled One Voice via Frontiers Music Srl on December 7, 2018.

Track List for One Voice:
01. Drive
02. It
03. One Voice
04. Mind Melt
05. Running
06. Deeper
07. Let Me Know
08. Hit Me Once, Hit Ya Twice
09. Price We Pay
10. Out Of Here
11. Oh Fathers

Gioeli posted the following message on his Facebook page earlier today:

“It’s been a long time coming…. we are ONE VOICE together!

Thank you everyone for your patience, your love and your unending support. I can’t wait for everyone to hear these songs.

We have been so amazed by the support from fans all over the world for this project…we are all “One Voice” in this world and we CAN make a difference!


www.pledgemusic.com/johnnygioeli to order the digital download or signed CD

Speaking of Gioeli‘s voice, Sleaze Roxx had the opportunity to see the singer play a solo gig at the Pre Party for the 2016 edition of Rock N Skull. Sleaze Roxx stated as follows in its review: “The surprise of the night for me was Hardline‘s lead vocalist Johnny Gioeli who on this night was also referring himself as “Karaoke Johnny.” “Karoake Johnny” you may ask? Yes. To my horror, Gioeli showed up on stage with his iPhone providing the music as his backing band. Now normally, I would be almost disgusted in seeing that. However, once Gioeli started singing, all of my negative thoughts about his upcoming karaoke performance evaporated. The reason why? Gioeli may well be the best singer that I have ever heard live. Wow! Can that man sing! Not only can he sing just about any song including a cover from the almost untouchable deceased Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, he also had great stage presence and interaction with the crowd. It was also the first time in the evening that the audience seemed really into the performer as I could loud cheers for Gioeli whenever he finished a song. Gioeli took his karaoke situation in stride. He commented how he missed his “big Puerto Rican guitarist” to his left and “little Alex” (while mimicking Alessandro Del Vecchio playing keyboards) to his right. He then jokingly advised that he preferred his iPhone given that there was no bitching and moaning, no flights to pay and no one trying to pick up pussy at the end of the night!”