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Cherry Red Records is releasing a five disc box set from Ken Hensley on 27th March. It includes all four albums released by the company: Love & Other Mysteries, Live Tales, Live!!! & Trouble in one box set
The set is available for pre-ordering at Record company website.
Lee Kerslake first solo abum titled Eleventeen has been a long time in making. Now it looks like there's a release planned sometime in 2020 but there's no definite release date yet. There is also a documentary film about his career planned titled Not On The Heep but there's no date for that either.
Ken Hensley is working on a very special album to celebrate 50th anniversary of Uriah Heep. The album will feature both new songs as well as old Uriah Heep classics presented in a complete different way. This yet untitled album will be released in the Spring of 2020. There is also a new album with Live Fire band in the planning but no more information available on that yet.
The complete Uriah Heep album back catalogue originally released on Bronze Records from 1970 to 1983 was re-released in 2015 on vinyl and during 2016 & 2017 they were all originally planned to be re-released also as double CD's with original LP on CD 1 and bonus tracks on CD 2. The campaign started in September 2016 with the new 2-disc anthology Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990 and the classic debut Very 'Eavy ... Very 'Umble (1970). The second album Salisbury (1971) followed in October. The next three albums Look At Yourself (1971), Demons And Wizards & The Magician's Birthday (both 1972) were released in March 2017. At the moment there is no information when and if the series will be continued. Additional information, track listings etc. on all these new releases you'll find at this page.
The first single from solo album by Uriah Heep ex-bass guitarist Trevor Bolder was released in digital format in March already in March 2017 and can be bought e.g. from iTunes or Amazon. The full album was supposed to follow soon but at the moment there's no release date or other information. A website trevorboldersoloalbum.wordpress.com and Facebook page facebook.com/trevorboldersoloalbum exist but they haven't been updated in a long time.
Bolder died of cancer in 2013 and the album has been in the making ever since. His unfinished and unreleased recordings in his home studio are used as the basis for this and the album will feature several guest appearances, e.g Mick Box, Lee Kerslake, Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott and Laurie Wisefield of Wishbone Ash among other.