Winger (band)

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Winger


Winger in March 2007
L–R: John Roth, Kip Winger, Reb Beach

(Photo by Rick Audet)
Background information
Origin New York City, New York, United States
Genres Hair Metal, Glam metal, hard rock, heavy metal
Years active 1987–1994
2001–2003
2006–present
Labels Atlantic, Frontiers
Associated acts Dokken, Dixie Dregs, Alice Cooper, Whitesnake, Night Ranger, Giant, Twisted Sister
Website Official website
Members
Kip Winger
Reb Beach
Rod Morgenstein
John Roth
Past members
Paul Taylor
Cenk Eroglu

Winger is an American metal band from in New York City. Winger became popular during the late 1980s and early 1990s from songs like Seventeen, Headed for a Heartbreak and Miles Away. As the music scene changed in the early to mid-1990s with the popularity of grunge music, the band lost popularity after their third album Pull.

After the band broke up in 1994, some of the band members began solo careers. The band reunited in 2001 with a new guitarist (John Roth). In 2006, the band's 1993 touring line-up (except for Paul Taylor) re-united to record the band's first studio album in over 13 years, IV. In 2009 the band released a fifth album, Karma.