Brian Eaton Donates Half Of New Album, 'Hard Bent,' Out November 16
Available for Pre-Order September 21, Eaton is Donating 50% of New Release to Semper Fi Fund Charity
Hard Bent, a concept album about the Vietnam war, which took a year to produce, is reminiscent of Eaton's origins with his hard-hitting alternative/
"Hard Bent pays homage to all our veterans," Eaton explains. "It is especially dedicated to those of foreign wars who fought and paid the ultimate sacrifice. Never forget that freedom is not free!" Eaton is donating half of all music sales from the new album in the first six months to the top rated Semper Fi Fund (https://semperfifund.org).
Currently based in Portland, Eaton started his career in Chicago where he recorded and produced scores of artists including Frank Catalano, Usurper, Cuttlass, Dave Uhrich and many more for nearly 20 years in his studio. Eaton has released 11 artists/bands on his Eatin' label including T.D. Clark, who toured with Bad Company and Ted Nugent while promoting his debut Eatin' release. And he has also played in several original bands throughout the 90s and early 2000s. Kelly Simms of the Illinois Entertainer called Eaton, "a multi-talented, multi-instrumentalist with multi-tasking abilities," and radio host/DJ Tim Lamping proclaimed, "Brian Eaton is a versatile one man show . . . "
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