Explosion Levels Music Studio After Completion of New Song by Gone Marshall
Gas explosion levels building containing music studio where a new song by singer-songwriter Gone Marshall had just completed mastering; song survives due to rugged hard drives, will be released on schedule.
By: Camerado Media
The song, which pivots from settled, intimate folk to soaring Pink Floyd-style neopsychedelic crescendos, celebrates an old-school, 'everyday' neighborhood hero of New York City while calling attention to the demographic changes that have taken place in New York over the years.
The song was nearly destroyed by a gas explosion that pulverized Arcane Angels Studios of Daytona, Florida where it was being mixed and mastered. All data was rescued from a Lacie Rugged Raid hard drive retrieved from the rubble, with deliverables submitted on time for distribution through the song's producer, Camerado Music.
"I would say it's pretty miraculous", explained singer-songwriter Gone Marshall. "But this is a charmed song. It was inspired by a great neighborhood hero I knew in New York's Greenwich Village back in the early 2000's, Leonard Cecere. He ran a superb old-school corner store called 'Something Special' on the corner of MacDougal and Houston for many years. He told me once how he guarded a bridge with a bazooka during the Battle of the Bulge, and that's how the song got its name."
'Bazooka Joe Don't Live There Any More' releases on Spotify and other platforms on December 11th; instant presaves of the song can be claimed here: https://show.co/
"There's theatrics in the music...Evocative of images, feelings, places..."
- The Rock Philosopher
Gone Marshall is a singer-songwriter, lyricist and vocalist who spent two decades working as a filmmaker before pivoting full time to music and songwriting over a decade ago. The result is evocative, image-driven musical storytelling with roots in alternative folk and rock, neopsychedelia, and spoken word poetry. He has released a debut album ('The Crunch'), several EPs, and numerous singles to date. 'Bazooka Joe Don't Live Here Any More' is his principal release of 2020.
For more information about the artist and ongoing releases, please visit his website at http://www.gonemarshall.com