Rock band Live has announced that they’ve reunited with vocalist Ed Kowalczyk.  They have plans to tour and record new music. This will be the first time he’s been in the band since 2009.

Chad Taylor states: “Ed, Chad, Patrick and I are no different than your average family. We might divide ourselves or argue fiercely but thankfully time, and the grand gesture of forgiveness helps to heal old wounds. We’ve worked hard to restore the tenants of faith and trust that bonded us in the beginning. It doesn’t hurt that our fans offered so much encouragement!”

Patrick Dahlheimer adds: “Līve needs no better reason to reform than to spread some light in this time of confusion and unease,” while Chad Gracey concludes, “One word, friendship. We lost our way with that a bit but are now back to being friends and respect each other again. That’s what counts.”

Ed Kowalczyk talks about the possibility of new music: “We are writing and recording at the moment. We have mutually decided not to rush the next project. We didn’t want the pressure of completing an entire album hanging over us before we got out and played some shows. I think the idea at the moment is to just go with flow, get onstage together and see where all of this new energy takes us creatively. We might release something new in the form of a shorter release in 2017, in anticipation of larger project in 2018.”

Live formed in York, Pennsylvania in 1989 and have released nine studio albums to date.

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