Glass Tiger

Members of Glass Tiger: Al Connelly, Alan Frew, Michael Hanson, Sam Reid, Wayne Parker (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.glasstiger.ca

Discography of Glass Tiger:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 My Town 3 Audio 1991 Capitol Records
2 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) - Extended Version 3 Audio 1986 Capitol Records
3 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 EMI-Manhattan Records
4 Someday 4 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
5 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
6 Thin Red Line 3 Audio 1986 EMI Music (Netherlands)
7 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986 EMI-Manhattan Records
8 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
9 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986
10 Someday 2 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
11 I'm Still Searching 2 Audio 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records
12 Diamond Sun 3 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
13 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
14 Someday 3 Audio 1986 Capitol Records
15 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
16 Diamond Sun 2 Audio 1988
17 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986
18 Diamond Sun 3 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
19 Someday 3 Audio 1986-11-24 Capitol Records
20 My Song 3 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
21 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
22 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986 Capitol Records
23 I'm Still Searching 2 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
24 Someday 2 Audio 1986-11-24 Capitol Records
25 Thin Red Line 3 Audio 1986-07-21 Capitol Records
26 Diamond Sun 3 Audio 1988
27 Animal Heart 3 Audio 1991 Capitol Records
28 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records
29 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986
30 Diamond Sun 2 Audio 1988 EMI
31 My Town 4 Audio 1991
32 Diamond Sun 3 Audio 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records
33 Diamond Sun 4 Audio 1988
34 My Town 2 Audio 1991 Capitol Records
35 Animal Heart 2 Audio 1991
36 Thin Red Line 2 Audio 1986-07-21 Capitol Records
37 Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone) 2 Audio 1986 Capitol Records
38 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
39 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 EMI
40 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
41 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988
42 My Song (Extended Mix) 3 Audio 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records
43 Simple Mission 13 Audio 1990 Capitol Records
44 Diamond Sun 2 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
45 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records
46 Diamond Sun 10 Audio 1988 Capitol Records
47 My Town 3 Audio 1991
48 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986 Manhattan Records
49 The Thin Red Line 11 Audio 1986 Capitol Records
50 Touch Of Your Hand 3 Audio 1993 EMI Music Canada


Glass Tiger is a Canadian rock band formed in 1983, in Newmarket, Ontario.

Originally named 'Tokyo', the band produced several hit singles in Canada and placed two songs on Billboard magazine's top 10: "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)" and "Someday," both of which came from their debut album, The Thin Red Line (1986), produced by Jim Vallance.

Glass Tiger won three Juno Awards in 1986 and two more in 1987. They were also nominated for a Grammy Award in 1987. After their third album Simple Mission and a brief Canadian tour in early 1993, the band went on a lengthy hiatus. Lead singer Alan Frew released two solo albums before the band reformed and began touring again around 2003.

On 6 November 2004 Glass Tiger hosted a Saturday night retro show on CIQB-FM in Barrie, Ontario under the direction of station program director Darren Stevens.

In 2005 the band released a new DVD collection No Turning Back. On June 23, 2005, they appeared on the NBC television show Hit Me Baby One More Time, performing their classic hit "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)" and covering "Everything You Want" (originally recorded by Vertical Horizon). Although they lost the audience voting to Thelma Houston, Glass Tiger were judged the winners by online voters.

In a mid-2006 interview on Entertainment Tonight Canada, Glass Tiger hinted they were back in the studio to record new material. Meanwhile, the band continues to tour throughout Canada. A new DVD titled "Glass Tiger Live in Concert" featuring the band in concert from the 1980s was also released in 2006.


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