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Eternal Love: The Musical

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Following Six Chart-topping Singles and Two No1 Albums, Steve Steinman Announces the Launch of His Brand-new Single

Following six number one singles and two number one albums, Steve Steinman is heading to the top of the charts once again with his latest single release. . .

Just published this weekend on Amazon Music and iTunes, Something of the Night is a pounding rocker taken from the score of the forthcoming rock musical Eternal Love.

“Like all my music, it is epic storytelling set to song,” says Steve.

“Something of the Night is one of more than 20 original compositions that will feature in my forthcoming brand-new, vampire-themed musical Eternal Love, which takes to the road in January 2025.”

The single chronicles what happens when love turns sour between a vampire couple.

It is a duet between Steve Steinman and talented vocalist Trixabelle Bold, who turns in a powerhouse performance as a woman (make that a vampiress) scorned.

Showcasing all the comedic traits of Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock trilogy of rock musicals, Something of the Night explores the truths of a fiery romance gone wrong.

‘Let’s just agree to disagree, and walk out our separate doors’ scream the vocals.

The song is supported by the release of a seven-minute, no-holds-barred, gothic-overload of a video.

99,000 views on Facebook already and now released on YouTube: https://youtu.be/v_rq9AhZie8?si=hBZlAlcpqr1oEOAI that sees Steve Steinman’s Baron von Rockular character, from the Vampires Rock trilogy, given it both barrels by Vampirette Trixabelle.

Oh, and, for an appetizer to the tongue-in-cheek humour to be expected when Eternal Love: The Musical comes to town, check out the giant portraits that loom large in the background throughout the video (featured in close-up during the first 15 seconds of the full-length video).

Something of the Night, like many of the other original compositions featured in Eternal Love: The Musical, owes its existence to the lockdown.

“To be honest, I’d not considered presenting a musical featuring an original score until the pandemic forced our shows off of the road,” admits Steve.

“Composer Steve Etherington had sent me some songs pre-lockdown.

“But, I’d not had time to listen to them as I was perpetually on the road.

“During lockdown that all changed.

“I remember thinking ‘flipping heck, these are good’, so I recorded them.

“Out of the blue I was sent some others and I ended up releasing two albums – Take a Leap of Faith and Heaven’s Gate.”

The albums have topped the iTunes Chart plus the Amazon Rock Albums Chart, rubbing shoulders with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Nothing but Thieves, INXS, The Foo Fighters, Bryan Adams, Eagles, Guns N’ Roses, and Queen.

And the previous six singles drawn from the albums have enjoyed similar success, topping charts that have also featured the likes of more contemporary artists, including Royal Blood and London Grammar. 

“I put the music’s popularity down to the loyal following our shows enjoy,” explains Steve.

One song – Everything They Said Was True – was written by the dream team of legendary songwriter John Parr, of St Elmo’s Fire fame, and Meat Loaf.

“John had written it with Meat Loaf in 1982, but it just never got released,” says Steve.

“John told me to get it out there, that it needs to be heard.”

“Without lockdown I wouldn’t have recorded my own music, and, without lockdown, I wouldn’t have the score to be able to produce my own musical,” says Steve.

Songs from the two albums, including Something of the Night About You, plus others written specifically for the musical will make up the Eternal Love score.

“The show’s music will adhere to the rock genre, but, like Meat Loaf’s musical legacy, they are pop rock, featuring the art of storytelling,” he says.

So, does Something of the Night enjoy a happy ending for the feuding couple?

“You’ll have to listen to the song or watch the full-length video to find out!” says Steve.

Something of the Night is now available from Amazon and iTunes (links included in the heading above) .

Tickets are now on sale for Eternal Love: The Musical from your favourite local theatre.

Eternal Love: The Musical

Friday, February 14, and Saturday, February 15, 2025 7.30pm

Eden Court, Bishops Road, Inverness IV3 5SA

Box office: eden-court.co.uk  01463 234 234

Tour Dates: https://vampiresrock.com/eternal-love-2025

Watch the Eternal Love: The Musical video teaser (featuring Something of the Night): https://youtu.be/RbXMzeRJXvo?si=DG-ktM96Pv_3FFjQ

Official website: stevesteinmanproductions.com

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