Giant TV's Industry 45 Quick Spin

Industry 45 From The Drum Throne feat. Dale Lytle (Angeles) | FULL

August 18, 2022 Dale Lytle of ANGELES Season 4 Episode 36
Giant TV's Industry 45 Quick Spin
Industry 45 From The Drum Throne feat. Dale Lytle (Angeles) | FULL
Show Notes
In 1977, Dale George Lytle and Dave Raudman united the musicians that would form ANGELES in Tujunga, Ca. Their first Hollywood gig was at the Troubadour where they sold out playing the midnight slot on a Sunday night. That paved the way to becoming one of LA's Largest Indie bands of the 80's. In 1980, Angeles headlined the Fall Rock Festival at Devonshire Downs, during the show Ron Bushy (original drummer of Iron Butterfly).  In 1981, they co-headlined two concerts with Mötley Crüe at the Troubadour.​In 1984, ANGELES signed to Mystic Records who released their debut album “We’re No Angels” and the title of that album was decided by Kevin DuBrow, then vocalist of Quiet Riot. That year, they also opened up for Bon Jovi at the Reseda Country Club.

Angeles has shared the stage with rock legends such as Mötley Crüe, Quiet Riot, Ratt, Ronnie James Dio, Bon Jovi, Michael Schenker, Dokken, Foghat, LA Guns, Jack Russell’s Great White, Angel, and Jefferson Starship at world-renowned venues such as the Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood, Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, Devonshire Downs in Northridge, Reseda Country Club, The Roxy, and many more.
In 2014, Angeles received their first platinum record with 1 million copies of “We’re No Angels” sold worldwide.
As of 2018, Angeles have released eleven albums. In 2019 Angeles signed with Dark Star Records / SONY / Universal Music. In 2021, Angeles hit the Top 200 on the Billboard Radio Charts with their song “Heal The Wounds” reaching #22 for three weeks on the Rock Chart Indicator.
The band recently relocated from their home base of LA to Missouri. ​