A concept album I'll be doing, "Fina11y!" will be dedicated the the American School of Kuwait's Class of 2011 and will feature some of my works that were written while I was a Senior at ASK. In addition, I'll be recording the full band version of the songs I performed at talent shows, such as "Valentina", "Broken Heart", "How to Save A Life", and "Here is Gone". This will take quite a while and hopefully will follow the release of some Christmas tunes that will be released on a small EP-like album, so stay tuned for that as well, though I can't make any promises.
After having spent a lot of time on my ReverbNation account, I've been adding a lot of content, so head on over to my profile and check it out.
The newest release "The Turn" features fifteen full and original tracks. Every single bit of sound on these albums is my own recording. I wrote and performed the parts and lyrics to all of the songs. Head on over to "Discography" for more details.
Though I had stated how I would have despised to have to go and remaster the album, several options involving being able to buy studio time may increase the chances of this being released again under the same name, with the 2.0 tag on the end. Naturally, however, my own custom home recordings, which I will eventually perfect, will be available as well.
Also, upon my 18th birthday, my money will be more readily available for my spending. This will increase the speed with which things will be done. I'm looking at doing the recording first, then distributing to iTunes, and then maybe doing some gigs in Huntsville. I'm hoping that maybe close to the winter I can take a trip to Nashville and get some money up that way.
Stay tuned for another update!
Oh, I almost forgot. I'm already working on some songs for the new album. Hopefully I'll have the art for it by the end of August.
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