Joe Lynn Turner - Nostradamus .

Joe Lynn Turner made his recording debut in 1977 as the lead singer of the American band Fandango on the self-titled album. He went on to record three more albums with Fandango ("One Night Stand" from 1978, "Last Kiss" from 1979 and "Cadillac" from 1980") before he joined Rainbow for the album "Difficult to Cure" in 1981, which included the hit single "I Surrender". Joe also appeared on the two following Rainbow albums, "Straight Between the Eyes" and "Bent Out of Shape". After that, Ritchie Blackmore decided to disband Rainbow in order to rejoin Deep Purple. Joe made his solo debut in 1985 with the album "Rescue You". In 1988, Joe Lynn Turner joined Yngwie Malmsteen's band and sung on the 1988 album "Odyssey" as well as the live release "Trial by Fire - Live in Leningrad" from 1989. In 1990 Joe replaced Ian Gillan in Deep Purple, and made one album with them, "Slaves and Masters", released the same year. Michel de NostredameHe went on to join the band Mother's Army, which released their debut album in 1993. In 1995 Joe released his first solo album in ten years, "Nothing's Changed", and he also joined Brazen Abbot for "Eye of the Storm". He recorded a few tracks for Yngwie Malmsteen's "Inspiration" album, and the following year Joe released a new solo album consisting of covers, "Under cover". He also appeared on the second Mother's Army album "Planet Earth" as well as the Brazen Abbot album "Bad Religion" the same year. The solo album "Hurry Up and Wait" was released in 1998, as well as Mother's Army's "Fire in the Moon" and guitarist Stuart Smith's album "Heaven and Earth", on which Joe sings a couple of tracks. He released not one, but two solo albums in 1999: the cover album "Under Cover 2" and "Waiting For a Girl Like You"; "Holy Man" followed in 2000. His latest solo album, "Slam!", was released in 2001. Joe has also guested on a lot of albums doing backing vocals for various artists, such as Lita Ford and Cher and he has also appeared on quite a few tribute albums, including tributes to Deep Purple and Cream, and he is currently working on a project with Glenn Hughes.
He also sings the main part as Michel de Nostredame himself in the rock opera "Nostradamus".


Fandango - Fandango (1977)
Fandango - One Night Stand (1978)
Fandango - Last Kiss (1979)
Fandango - Cadillac (1980)
Rainbow - Difficult to Cure (1981)
Rainbow - Straight Between the Eyes (1982)
Rainbow - Bent Out of Shape (1983)
Joe Lynn Turner - Rescue You (1985)
Rainbow - Finyl Vinyl (comp.) (1986)
Yngwie Malmsteen - Odyssey (1988)
Yngwie Malmsteen - Trial by Fire live (1989)
Deep Purple - Slaves & Masters (1990)
Yngwie Malmsteen - Collection (comp.) (1992)
Mother's Army - Mother's Army (1993)
Joe Lynn Turner - Nothing's Changed (1995)
Toshi Kankawa - Toshi Kankawa (1996)
Yngwie Malmsteen - Inspiration (1996)
Mother's Army - Planet Earth (1997)
Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover (1997)
Brazen Abbot - Bad Religion (1997)
Joe Lynn Turner - Hurry Up And Wait (1998)
Mother's Army - Fire On The Moon (1998)
Stuart Smith - Heaven & Earth (1998)
Joe Lynn Turner - Waiting For a Girl Like You (1999)
Joe Lynn Turner - Uunder Cover 2 (1999)
Joe Lynn Turner - Holy Man (2000)
Joe Lynn Turner - Slam! (2001)
Hughes-Turner Project - Hughes-Turner Project (2002)
Hughes-Turner Project - Live (2002)
Brazen Abbot - Guilty as Sin (2003)