Night Ranger's brand new album "Somewhere in California" will hit stores this week. The effort celebrates the 30th anniversary of the California arena rockers. "Somewhere in California" finds Night Ranger returning to their classic sound with a fresh and modern production touch.
As a bonus for anyone who buys '"Somewhere in California" on iTunes, Night Ranger have recorded a cover of "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap", the infamous blues rave-up from AC/DC.
"We've always thrown in cover songs into our set to mix things up a bit," said guitarist Brad Gillis, on the line with Noisecreep from a German stop on Night Ranger's current European tour. "Through the years we've included songs like "Crazy Train" from Ozzy Osbourne and AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" and had a lot of fun doing that. So when it came to record "Somewhere in California", we decided we wanted to include a cover on there. We chose "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" since it hasn't been covered as much as some of their other tunes."