The theme that links the two pieces of music we’re sharing this week is inspiration.
Just last week we prepared a review of Brady Toop’s “Carolina” for The Revue. It’s the lead single from his forthcoming album, Tried And True, to be released on March 11th and followed up by a headlining tour across the US Midwest and West Coast. Take a read of the review here to find out how Brady was inspired to create the single and the album, and take a look at the video, which was premiered on The Revue, below:
There are many reasons why musicians are moved to write and record. Creating art comes from the heart, the soul and the moment of inspiration. Often it can be a way to release emotion and express meaning beyond words.
“For David” is a collection of piano-led pieces, brought together by composer Debs McCoy. The work emerged when her dear friend David Greaves received a diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease. Take a listen below and click here to read a review of the album.
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