ROCKWiRED RADiO PROFiLES PRESENTS:
THE EARNEST SOUND OF J.J. CROWNE
AND HiS NEW RELEASE SONGS OF iNNOCENCE AND EXPERiENCE
DECEMBER 3, 2011 - In a recent interview J.J. Crowne gave to SKOPE MAGAZINE about his highly anticipated debut recording, SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE, the Miami-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist unabashedly declares his desire to defy typical musical industry pigeonholing and start a new genre: “Eclectic.” Considering his diverse background and the fact that his major influences are THE BEATLES, CROSBY, STILLS & NASH, HARRY CHAPIN and STEELY DAN, it’s not surprising that he weaves his heartfelt tales of love, loss, hope and social consciousness into an infectious musical mix that runs the exuberant gamut from adult contemporary and soft rock to alt-country and light jazz. Throughout his career, he’s done a little of everything, from opening shows for THE MAVERICKS and MARILYN MANSON (early in their careers) to composing radio jingles, theatrical music, TV themes and cues for Fox, PBS and Univision, and producing many up and coming artists. His years as a musical ‘everyman’ were simply a prelude, however, for his emergence now as a versatile artist crafting an inspiring twelve-track journey on which he sings all vocals and performs all instrumentation -- a true labor of love comprised of musical snapshots he’s accumulated along the way and a batch of more recent compositions. Typical of the literate and poetic nature of his lyrics, CROWNE borrowed his album title from the classic collection by WILLIAM BLAKE, one of the great British poets of the Romantic Age.
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