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Joe Lynn Turner
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Second Hand Life
Review by Greg Olma
Joe Lynn Turner has been a solo artist for more than 20 years now. Since Rescue You, his first, he has been coming out with his own releases, guesting on other people’s records, and even hooking up for a pair of great albums with Glenn Hughes.
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Street of Dreams - Boston 1985
Review by Gary Hill
Joe Lynn Turner is best known for his stint as the lead singer in Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow. This live recording of his solo band shows that he has plenty of chops beyond that.

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The Sessions
Review by Gary Hill
This is essentially a compilation disc of cover tunes from Joe Lynn Turner.

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Interviews
Joe Lynn Turner
Interview by Greg Olma
Interview with Joe Lynn Turner from 2007


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