Kingdom Come original band members reunite minus singer Lenny Wolf and add Keith St. John

Kingdom Come original band members reunite minus singer Lenny Wolf and add Keith St. John

Big news for Kingdom Come fans as four of the five original band members are reuniting but minus the voice of the band to tour in celebration of the group’s 30th year anniversary and where they plan on performing the group’s debut self-titled album in its entirety.

Drummer James Kottak (1987-89), lead guitarist Danny Stag, rhythm guitarist Rick Steier (1987-89) and bassist Johnny “JB” Frank are reuniting under the name Kingdom Come but with a new lead vocalist who is none other than former Montrose singer Keith St. John. The four original band members are forging ahead without lead vocalist Lenny Wolf according to Focus On Metal Podcast‘s Facebook post earlier today.

Almost two years ago in August 2016, Wolf had announced that he was putting an end to Kingdom Come.

Kottak had been pushing for a Kingdom Come reunion earlier this year (as documented by Blabbermouth) but this was quickly rejected on Kingdom Come‘s Facebook page the day after (on March 7, 2018) the Blabbermouth article was posted with the following succinct post: “There are no plans for a Kingdom Come reunion in the near future according to Lenny Wolf.”

Kottak responded to that Facebook post with the following comment:

“Man, I have hit Lenny up countless times, provided and accommodated all of his demands…he just keeps saying no…I am disappointed but I will move forward. I love Kingdom Come and want to revisit ASAP
James Kottak

Kingdom Come‘s “Get It On” video:

Kingdom Come – Get It On (1988) (Music Video) WIDESCREEN 720p

Taken from “Kingdom Come”, the debut album by Los Angeles hard rock band Kingdom Come. The album reached #12 on the U.S. Billboard 200 Album Charts. The group was formed in 1987 after the breakup of Wolf’s moderately successful rock project Stone Fury.