Resonance Parts 1, 2, and 3 now streaming!

I knew when I began this project that its chance of succeeding commercially was minuscule. There are just too many market forces aligned against what I've created. Still, I am hopeful that in the long run Resonance will be discovered and given its due. I just need the right people in the right places to hear it. I know I've done a pretty lousy job of marketing it – for example I've yet to even approach a label or a publisher. Before I release the fourth and final album, I may throw a listening party and invite everyone I know who has ties to the music industry. In the meantime, I now have three albums out there, getting some play on non-commercial radio and the occasional thoughtful review. So here's hoping for the best! 

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  • Suzy Brady

    Suzy Brady San Francisco, formerly Pearl River, NY!!

    Hey Chris! I was listening to Resonance again and it made me think of how I saw a very small production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on stage in SF in . . . 1999? Then there was the movie and then there was the broadway show. I know that's an incredible arc for anyone (John Cameron Mitchell) or any creation to achieve, but there it is. Here's a link to a story of the origin of Hedwig: https://www.broadway.com/buzz/175571/the-origin-of-hedwig-and-the-angry-inch-follow-her-journey-from-underground-rock-club-to-broadway/ I think Resonance sounds great and it's a great concept. You just need to find others "united by a common aesthetic" and Resonance can grow. I'll be hoping for you and your show to get recognition and for you to find some like-minded collaborators. xoxo, Suzy

    Hey Chris!

    I was listening to Resonance again and it made me think of how I saw a very small production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on stage in SF in . . . 1999? Then there was the movie and then there was the broadway show. I know that's an incredible arc for anyone (John Cameron Mitchell) or any creation to achieve, but there it is.

    Here's a link to a story of the origin of Hedwig: https://www.broadway.com/buzz/175571/the-origin-of-hedwig-and-the-angry-inch-follow-her-journey-from-underground-rock-club-to-broadway/

    I think Resonance sounds great and it's a great concept. You just need to find others "united by a common aesthetic" and Resonance can grow. I'll be hoping for you and your show to get recognition and for you to find some like-minded collaborators.

    xoxo, Suzy

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