Whole Lot Of Nothing

First release of ‘Whole Lot Of Nothing’ is up – hope you like it.

Had a great time working on this one. Joe P was right on the money with the drums, and two of my favorite vocalists, Dennis LaDuke and Matt Townsend, were kind enough to contribute the harmonies. Tim M brought sanity to the bass line, and wore his other usual engineering and editing hats.
The percussive sound in the intro is expansion joints over road noise, and if you listen through headphones you may catch some way-back-there stuff at the end of the second verse.
Thanks for listening.


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3 Responses to Whole Lot Of Nothing

  1. Excellent song, Steve. Really enjoyed listening to it. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to your next songs.

    Would be great if you could post your lyrics on the site.


  2. Joe says:

    Got a lot of good responses on the song from people. Everyone liked the “feel” of the song and commented the three vocals were spot on. Nice job by everyone involved.

  3. Lor says:

    Love those harmonies! Feel like I’m back in the middle of no where wondering what anyone does here…..haunting song that captues the feeling perfectly.

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