After "Raise Your Fist", Kane released his first solo album, "Kane Roberts", which featured Alice lyrics on 'Full Pull'. He then guested on Trash , playing guitar on "Bed Of Nails". He then released a second solo album Saints and Sinners.
While he is primarily a guitar player, Roberts is also a vocalist, with incredible range, as is evident on his solo projects. |Saints and Sinners| contained Bon Jovi-penned "Does Anybody Really Fall In Love Anymore?", previously recorded by Cher as well.
He also played on the Bob Ezrin produced Count Three And Pray album by Berlin, and a Rod Stewart album. He helped on backing vocals on Steve Vai's "Sex & Religion"album. He also co-wrote "Take It Off" With Paul Stanley and Bob Ezrin which appeared on Kiss' Revenge Album.
Roberts took a long hiatus from music after his second solo album, but returned in 1999 with a band called Phoenix Down, named for a life potion in the PlayStation video game Final Fantasy VII, one of Roberts' favorite games. Phoenix Down recorded only one album, entitled Under A Wild Sky. Fans of both say that much of the record is inspired by the game.
After several years away from the music industry, working in graphic arts and as a video game programmer, Roberts began work on a new album, Touched, in 2006. According to his website kaneroberts.com it is not yet available.
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