Anyone who’s spent much time talking to me knows that I’m not exactly a “Lyric Guy” – meaning, I listen more to the sound of the vocals, but not always exactly what they’re saying with the vocal. I’m more interested in making the vocal sound engaging to the listener. The lyrics are for *them*, not me.
I just did a single for Stages and Stereos. It’s gripping. It’s about a guy who is in the military, in the middle of the action, and it’s one of the guys in the band. It’s different when it’s real. The bass player was in Afghanistan. He was running and stepped on an IED. It wasn’t pretty. He didn’t come away unscathed. He’s alive and sharing. That’s bold and I think it’s great. Be on the lookout for this one.
Oh, it also ROCKS
Engineered and produced by my old buddy Lee Dyess at Earthsound Recording – bringing me screaming rock with killer kick drums and really loud snares since 2004…or something. It’s been a long time.