When some guys go through their mid-life crisis, they buy a fancy hot rod or get a younger girlfriend, Jayce Allan self produced a rock album. Jayce Allan's first self produced studio album, It's All Over But The Cryin' combines old school guitar grit with meaningful lyrics, and lots of power chords. It's All Over But The Cryin' gets right to the point, without a lot of window dressing that fans of 80's and 90's rock will appreciate.
It's fun. It's an expression of life and how we are as people. We can share our experiences.
To release a full album and have about 10,000 people hear it. I will consider that a success.
More art, less hate.
I am highly influenced by Pink Floyd but my sound tends to sound like 80's and 90's rock and alternative. That is what I grew up listening to. Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, etc.
Personal experiences and a great riff.
To just get along with your fellow humans. We aren't all going to agree with everyone else, but at least we can simply let people live their lives.
I feel good, nervous, but excited too.
I see a lot of musicians all vying for a shrinking audience, people want to hear covers not originals. It is tough to get people into independent music.
So far it is great. A great idea, social media for musicians.
Not having an audience.
Yes. I attend open mics and try to hit as many local gigs as I can to support my fellow artists.
Not sure. It is very difficult to get people to notice your music. Being unique helps, or release a video that goes viral like OK GO did.