Tony Harnell states that he did not recently leave TNT but rather it kind of collapsed
Former TNT and Skid Row frontman Tony Harnell was recently interviewed by All Music/All Bands and spoke about his departure from both bands.
In terms of what was his time like playing with Skid Row and whether he has any favorite moments or stories he’d like to tell, Harnell advised: “It was a good learning experience and I enjoyed many of the shows. I was in the band about 10 months.”
With respect to why he decided to leave TNT, Harnell stated: “I didn’t leave it kind of collapsed this time and I’m not happy about it but I’ve accepted it.”
In regard to his favorite album out of the over 30 records in his musical career, Harnell opined (with slight edits): “Hmmm, I would say “My Religion” by TNT is the best TNT album and of my own work I would say “Skin” by Westworld and “Love’s Dying Wish” by Starbreaker and my two aoustic albums and solo demo.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Harnell at All Music/All Bands‘ Facebook page.