Mike Park, longtime owner and operator of legendary California punk/ska label Asian Man Records, has announced plans to release a new Bruce Lee Band record – along with a new all-ska kid’s album, and a solo acoustic record – in 2014:
“…I’ve been recording lots of new music. Actually, lots and lots of SKA. Sometime next year I’ll have a new kids album that’s all ska and will also debut a new Bruce Lee Band album to relive my 90′s love for SKA/PUNK.
And for those who only like my acoustic stuff, I’ve got that stuff too. So mucho music coming from me this next year. Be well.
peace, mike park”
We’ll make sure to keep you posted as more details on these three records surface! For the time being, head over here to take a gander at Mike Park’s upcoming tour dates with Streetlight Manifesto and Dan Potthast.
For those who don’t know, Mike has released two records under the ‘Bruce Lee Band’ moniker. One being the band’s 1997 self-titled debut album, on which Less Than Jake was his backing band, and the other being 2005’s “Beautiful World” EP, featuring the RX Bandits.
Park released his first kid-friendly album entitled “Smile” in 2011 through another label he runs: Fun Fun Records. He also put out a 7-inch with his new project Maguma Taishi, which features members of Dillinger Four and Birthday Suits, in May through Asian Man.