Nashville singer/songwriter Joshua Fletcher will be releasing a brand new album of amazing folk/pop songs entitled "Ready, Aim." The new ten-song release features Fletcher's honest emotions laid out amongst a relaxed backdrop of gentle flowing music. Beginning with "A Little Out Of Tune," Joshua's sound mixes the laid-back approach of The Wallflowers with the pop tenacity of Ed Sheeran to give us an buried treasure waiting to be uncovered. He wears his emotions on his sleeve with the acoustic follow-up "The Eye And The Storm," then takes on the Americana stomp rhythm of "We Are All Alone" which becomes very addictive. He quickens the pace for the country-feel of "Oh, Midnight," before slowing everything down for the passionate "Shackled." The album finishes with the slow, acoustic storied strumming of "The Wild One." To find out more about Joshua Fletcher and his latest album "Ready, Aim," which will be released in May, please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/JoshuaFletcherMusic.
Also new from fellow Nashville artist Shane Tutmarc is the latest release is his "single-a-month" campaign for 2015. His first two singles "Poison Apple" and Tennessee Girl" showcase the energy and grit that Shane has for creating new exciting raw rock music. The guitar of "Poison Apple" comes from the Jack White songbook, while "Tennessee Girl" has classic country twang written all over it, but keeps a pulse on modern mainstream music. His new single "When You Found Me" was released on March 31 and has stomp rhythm that comes alive halfway through the song's simple melody. To find out the latest on Shane Tutmarc, please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/ShaneTutmarc.