Klear the Way

For the first time since 2004, there will be a new album from Buffalo modern rock outfit Klear, a band that crafts what Vanity Fair called “blistering, bold guitar-driven rock.”

“Eyes Wide Open,” the band’s first release since the Robby Takac-produced “Makin’ Noise,” has five new studio tracks, a Takac-produced cover of the Bryan Adams hit “Cuts Like A Knife,” and four previously unreleased live songs culled from tracks laid down at the Viper Room in Hollywood, Calif., the legendary CBGB’s in New York, and during the band’s 2005 Darien Lake show, as guests of the Goo Goo Dolls.

The original Klear lineup – drummer Denny Pelczynski, singer Fred Shafer, guitarist Bruce Wojick, bassist Leo McDonald, and keyboardist Dan DeLano – will release the disc in concert at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Tralf Music Hall (622 Main St.). Tickets are $12 (box office, Ticketmaster). At noon Saturday, the band will perform an acoustic in-store concert and sign records in Record Theatre (1800 Main St.).

Jeff Miers
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