Vaduz

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Country USA

Style Hard Rock

Profile In the late 1980s and early ’90s, the rock group Vaduz was young, playing most nights of the week and optimistic. “Right out of high school, we all went on the road together, trying to make it big,” said Brian Larson, frontman for the group. They played four hours a night, five to six nights a week around the Midwest until about 1993, when it became clear they had hit a wall.

Vaduz broke up and the four spread out, settling down with family and jobs in Kansas City, Clinton and Dubuque. Larson stayed in Waterloo. Fast forward to 2009, when the members met up at a concert in Dubuque and started talking about days gone by. Then, it became more than just talking. A Vaduz reunion concert? The group solicited opinions on Facebook and got a good response. In 2010, they held the first Vaduz reunion concert at the Diamond Jo Casino in Dubuque, drawing a big enough crowd to warrant an annual show.

They have just finished their new album titled “Better Days” released in 2013.  Their music is straight up rock n roll with catchy melodies and thought provoking lyrics.

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– Better Days [2013]

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