Fulton hard-rockers King’s Row release new CD

The Fulton hard rock band King’s Row has released its third major CD “Unbroken.”

The album consists of 12 songs adding up to nearly 78 minutes of blues and progressive rock.

In 1996, the group started out as the brainchild of Chris Couch, lead guitarist of Jamestown, who contacted Dale Hargis, Fulton, to write and record songs under the name Human Remains.

“He was always trying to get a band together,” Hargis says of Couch. “He always wanted to do something original, and at the time, the only thing you could get going was to play covers.”

In the mid-1990s, Hargis was getting burned out on playing cover songs in bars and wanted to write and record original music.

Couch later added Jim Hare, Mokane, into the mix as the bass player, and several years later, around 2008, Jim Brown of Quincy, Ill., on lead vocals.

The entire album “Unbroken” was recorded in Hargis’ home studio.

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