A special night of music featuring all four original members to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of their album Lullaby

For Immediate Release: March 12, 2018

(New York, NY)—In commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of their album Lullaby, Book of Love today announced that all four members will perform a concert at the Gramercy Theater in NYC on June 21, 2018, 30 years to the day that the album was released on Sire Records. The band will perform a special ‘Lullaby Redux’ enhanced set along with their most well-known songs.

Lullaby was produced in 1988 by Flood and Ted Ottaviano and is recognized as the band’s most ambitious work to date. It was recorded in NYC, and mixed in L.A. and at the infamous Hansa Ton Studios in Berlin. Lullaby has become, for some fans, the Book of Love album.

From Book of Love: “Lullaby is one of our –and our fans’– favorite projects. Working with the legendary producer Flood was an education and allowed us to take this album to the next level. In addition to a wall of electronics, we had a full orchestra, a bagpipe player wearing a kilt, and we recorded in a gothic cathedral. It was definitely our Cecil B. DeMille moment!”

The album begins with a beat-fortified remake of Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells” (from the film The Exorcist) and seamlessly rolls into “Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls”. “Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls” was a top 5 Billboard Dance smash and was also one of the first songs to address the AIDS epidemic. This song would be Book of Love’s only single to crossover to the Billboard Hot 100. Other stand out moments from the album include the quirky Bewitched inspired “Witchcraft” and the thoughtful “With a Little Love” which features Ted on lead vocals for the first time. The album ends with the title track “Lullaby” where sweet harmonies and glorious strings take us out to the final finish.

This is sure to be a special night of music highlighting the signature tracks and the sounds of the Lullaby album as well as a selection of your favorite Book of Love tracks from their entire catalog.

Buy tickets at and Ticketmaster, Friday March 16th, 10am.