Barry Myers | 7th Avenue

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7th Avenue

by Barry Myers

Heavy Soft Rock with an Edge with a compelling Mood. Featuring Guitar Legend Pat Travers on Lead Guitar and Rock Drummer Producer Sean Shannon.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. South Side of the Moon
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2. Ancient Ways
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3. House of Mirrors
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4. Closer to You
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5. Only You Will Know
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6. Illuminate
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7. All That I Want
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8. My Lullaby
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9. 7th Avenue
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Album Notes
Barry Myers' early recordings began as The Pathetix(TM) with Ray Capps (The Blue Mist). He pursued a solo album with the help of drummer, producer Sean Shannon to be released November, 2010. The development of this album began to take form as Sean brought on musical geniuses, guitar legend Pat Travers and others, to lend a hand.

Singer-songwriter, Barry Myers says, "7th Avenue is a personal journey I took that took me from a place of self-questioning to a place of optimism and belief. I was fortunate enough to have such great musicians play with me on this album to give it a delicate melody with a driving edge. Definitely my influences of Lennon, McCartney, Pink Floyd and classic singer-songwriters sneak out in my music. I can't help it, they were there and needed to come out! My intent was for this album to cross all ages."


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