Call To The Heart was Giuffria's one and only Top 20 hit. Released in 1984, the song featured David Glen Eisley on vocals, and boy does he sound a lot like Steve Perry. There also is a noticable polished keyboard sound very similiar to Jonathan Cain's work also from Journey. Although it sounds like a throwaway track from Journey, it still garnered a lot of attention for the band and got them opening up tours for Deep Purple and Foreigner. Check out the video for the typical 80's outfits and style that Giuffria and bands similiar to them were wearing back in those days. Giuffria would suffer a sophomore slump in 1986 leading to MCA dropping the band. But the work they put in on some demos for the the unreleashed album led to the formation of Giuffria's new band, House Or Lords. Gene Simmons signed the group to his own record label, but got too involved with the band and screwed them over by trademarking the band's name for himself. He also forced the lead singer, David Eisley, out of the band. Gregg Giuffria eventually quit the music business and now owns his own business in Las Vegas. He left the music business as one of the best but unrecognized keyboard players in rock & roll.
Ladies and gentlemen... Call To The Heart by Giuffria