Joe Lamont is a rock singer, songwriter and musician. Lamont has been a member of several rock bands; while in these bands, he was known as Joe Lamente. In 1985, he released a solo album entitled Secrets You Keep. Secrets You Keep (1985, Private Records/2010, Sony Music/Yesterrock). Secrets You Keep" (3:53). No Explanation" (3:41). Total Breakdown" (4:22).
Joe Lamont is an Australian American rock singer, songwriter and musician. After Shelter, Lamont went on to release his highly acclaimed solo album Secrets You Keep in 1985 on the CBS-affiliated Private I label. A number of well-known notable session musicians guested on the album, including Dann Huff, Vinnie Colaiuta, Alan Pasqua, Paulinho da Costa, Richard Gibbs and Larry Williams Appearances in media and other work. Lamont also wrote and performed songs for various films in the 1980s.
That may change with Friends Keep Secrets, a new seven-track collection released under his own name. His knack for hits remains intact: Lead single Eastside, with Khalid and Halsey, has north of 400 million this site streams, and it has climbed into the Top 10 at pop radio, where it reached over 40 million listeners last week. I was on tour with Ed Sheeran, and we were working on the last album. We decided to watch, what was that documentary called - the one with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre ? And Ed stood up after it and was like, Man, these guys have done so much in their life, what are we even doing with ourselves?
Lamont was a stoner rock trio founded in 1998 in Allston, Massachusetts, USA. Critics have described their sound as raw 1970s AC/DC style rock and roll mixed with Iggy Pop vocals and bluesy punk. They have opened for artists including Mojo Nixon, Reverend Horton Heat, and Drive-By Truckers as well as appearing at the Emissions from the Monolith festivals. Their song "Hotwire", from their 2002 album Thunder Boogie, was included in the video game Tony Hawk's Underground.