PRLog - Nov. 30, 2010 - THANK YOU & GOODNIGHT
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In the beginning Thank You & Goodnight was the brain child of vocalist Brock Andrews. This started out as a solo project. He recorded its first EP in the studio with long time friend Chad Deutsch. Back then the sound had a definite destination but seems a little bit stifled. With mishaps and poor judgment came well deserved vindication as Brock changed the course of his career when he brought in new band mates. Reborn and re-energized, Thank You & Goodnight now has unlimited drive and focus for success.
With the addition of new members Caleb North (guitar), Daxton Koons (bass) and John “Johnny” Walther (drums), the sky’s the limit. Together these individuals brought in their own personalities, skills, styles of playing and wisdom. What developed was a power of unmatched talent. Thank You & Goodnight has released their new single “A Beautiful Disaster” off of their yet to be released EP titled “Thank You..”. This EP is set for release in early 2011. “The title embraces what can happen in anyone’s life when they feel like they are the only one towing the line for something special”, states Brock. This song is upbeat, high energy, a definite pop/rock song. Vocals are wonderful with great harmonies and catchy versus. The rest of the EP will be a step above in regards to recording and musicianship from the new lineup and from the front man.
“Thank You” is set for digital release, but you can listen to and/or purchase songs from this EP or past EP, “I Wrote This Song For You” which was released in September of 2009. Please go to the following websites:
www.promofm.com (Search” Thank You &Goodnight)
Thank You & Goodnight is currently working with A & R Select based in West Hollywood, Ca. for licensing, publishing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. For additional information, please contact them at:
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A & R Select is a promotional and placement company for musicians all over the world. Based in Hollywood, Ca., they have a strategic location for all musicians as they continually flock to that area of the world for recognition and stardom.