Former Member Of 80’s Boy-Band Group “Linear” Wyatt Pauley Visit’s The UK “Pauley Lane Band” promoting New Album Release “Dog Days”

Not wanted to be controlled by any majors and having the freedom to be able to write and record what they like, “Pauley Lane Band” consists of 3 members.

Wyatt Pauley, Rich Pistochhi and Douglas Paul signed a Record and Publishing deal with UK Label In-Ex Records which has led them to UK turfs early April promoting their new album.

The band will be arriving Friday 5th April 2019 and departing 11th April residing at a hotel in Heathrow London. During their stay Pauley Lane Band will be appearing live on “The Alan J Show” Tuesday 9th April then live on Horth Herts FM on Wednesday 10th April 2019 with a camera crew navigating them around the UK.

Each have toured the world and made their wildest dreams come true through music.

Wyatt emerged from the South Florida music scene in the late eighties in the pop group “Linear” achieving a Billboard top 5 single with
“Sending All My Love,” which was certified Gold in the US, Colombia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Chile, and the Philippines.
Wyatt and Rich recorded and toured with “King Bria,” opening for bands like “Hootie and the Blowfish” and “Brother Cane,” and reunited in “SoKo”, on Atlantic Records.

Douglas-Paul grew up in New York and honed his musical skills at an early age. The song, “Landslide” from his early band, “Llama,” was featured on the WBAB Home grown Album in 1981, along with fellow Long Islanders Zebra and Twisted Sister. He had tri-state success in the 90’s with another Long Island band, “The Jinx”.
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Their first release on the label is “Dog Days” which hit the stores in early December an 8 album plus a bonus. The album is surrounded around real life happenings, events and situations packed with live instruments and meaningful lyrics as can be defined in
“Five Fingers” a song about how many people really know you and are there to stick by you throughout the good and bad times…….How many fingers can you count your friends on?

“The songs on the record [Dog Days] are pretty much about events and people and other stuff happens in our lives over time”

says Rich during an interview with Music Interview Magazine when asked “How much of a role does personal experience play in the band’s writing?” read the interview

The band has been chosen by “Hans Tiger” from Helena Music Records to record a song written by him “Biker’s On The Run” for his upcoming album release due in May. The album is already believed to be certified gold and not yet released.

Dog Days is available to download and steam from all major retailers.