It's The Final Countdown

My latest body of music is finally FINISHED!!!!!!!

From hearing the guitar and bass tracks being recorded to watching my drummer lay down the rhythm, seeing this new music come to life has been one of the coolest experiences!

On my previous EP, I wrote on every song, but the production was outsourced to a couple different producers.

This time around I wanted to be involved in every step of the process.

It was less about having control, and more about learning.

Oddly enough, the creation of the music was the easiest part! I found that managing the project and the various people involved in its creation to be much more difficult.

I’m a people pleaser.

But at some point I learned a tough lesson.

YOU CAN’T PLEASE EVERYONE!

While the music was the primary focus, I learned a lot about myself and how to carry myself through tough business discussions when the direction of things would change.

We started this project almost a year ago and while it may have taken longer than expected, I’m glad we took our time.

This music is the clearest representation of the singer/songwriter, recording artist, Chris Jamison!

With an incredible amount of help and direction from Jesse Denaro, we were able to blend organic instrumentation with modern production elements, taking every song to the next level.

This music IS going to be a game changer and WILL be the beginning of me being more consistent with the release of new original music.

I’ll be celebrating the release of my lead single, “Go”, on June 7th from 7:30-9:30pm at Generoasta Coffee!

There will be live acoustic performances from myself and local musicians, an opportunity for photos and mingling with me and other artists, FREE coffee and desserts, and a raffle for a chance to win FREE concert tickets, merchandise, and products from local shops!

The event is FREE to the public and limited space is available. You must RSVP to reserve your spot!

With that being said - let the countdown begin!

Ready.

Set.

Go.

Keep singing,
Chris
Proverbs 16:9

Chris Jamison