The Show Must Go On, a concept album, plays with the notion that a band doesn't have to stick strictly to one genre. Each song represents the hardship and success of Jack, the narrator and main character in this record. He leaves his job and travels to the city to show the world his music, and to prove to himself that this is what he was called to do. Two people effected him the most in this record. A young brunette with black framed glasses and an old street bum who is playing with his band. Please enjoy this ever-changing mixture of music and poetry. Follow Jack through his journey into the big city and maybe you can learn the lessons that he did.
released January 16, 2010
Special Thanks to my good friend Jeremy Webb for playing the drums. He also my engineer and helped co-produce the album. Find him on Myspace and learn more about Night Owl Studio. www.myspace.com/nightowlstudio
Also, a special thanks to my cousin Chase Ramsey and his entrancing electric guitar contribution on the song The City.
Thanks also to Caleb Dykes and his electric guitar rhythm and solo on the song Pardon Me Sir, as well as his acoustic rhythm track on Nine to Five.
Last but certainly not least, is the lovely Jillian Spears with her wonderful harmonies on the song Wide-Eyed Girl.