STEELOVER was born in 1982 from the encounter of two guitarists and a bassist.
In search of a drummer, they threw their sights on Rudy Lenners upon his return from Germany, having left the famous German metal band SCORPIONS.
In no time, SteeLover recorded their first album "Glove Me" which was released under the label Mausoleum.
To date, this album was sold for over more than 400.000 copies.
In 1984, at Forest National in Brussels, the group opened it up for KISS and BON JOVI.
They followed with a tour across different countries like The Netherlands, Germany and France.
Having been joined in 1986 by Dani Klein (Vaya Con Dios), they gave a last concert filmed for the show "Music Box" hosted by Ray Cokes for the RTBF in coproduction with the BBC, at the Palais des Congrès in Liège/Belgium.
Several years later Rudy Lenners and Nick Gardi decided to reform SteeLover, together with the guitarist from the original line up, Pat Freson, with the complicity of the powerfull singer and talented guitarist John L. (Pheel was on lead vocal in the early days of reunion).
The four band members have quickly recorded 3 demo songs with John on lead vocals. The first track "Wild and free" was mixed by Tommy Hansen, Jailhouse studio, Horsens - Denmark (Helloween, Pretty Maids, Gamma Ray, Jorn...)
The band is working on a complete album.