Secrets In Stereo | Wrong Side of Yesterday

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Wrong Side of Yesterday

by Secrets In Stereo

This is Progressive Pop, and it's been featured on hit TV shows like ABC's Grey's Anatomy and MTV's The Hills.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. I\'ve Got a Secret
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2. Wrong Side of Yesterday
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3. Falling
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4. Don\'t Stop
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5. Tonight
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Album Notes
Secrets in Stereo....Is it a band? Is it a person?

For Nashville singer/songwriter/producer, Josh Ryan, "Secrets in Stereo" is a passion project. Recently, Josh has generated tons of buzz in the industry as a solo artist with his self described "progressive pop" sound.

Much of that buzz was created when Nathan Walters of the platinum recording pop band, Plus One, and Nashville musician/producer/songwriter, Jason Collum, joined with Josh to co-write and co-produce his itunes-released debut EP, "Not Today."

After a year of building momentum as a solo artist, Josh has come to a crossroads in the direction of his music.

"I felt like the music that we were creating was bigger than me, and I didn't want to be confined to the solo singer/songwriter mold."

Enter Josh's newest effort, "Secrets in Stereo."

With all 10 tracks off of his debut album already featured on shows like ABC's Grey's Anatomy and MTV's The Hills, it seems Josh's feeling might have been right.

But why the name?

"It's always fascinated me that as singer/songwriters we lay out all of our most well guarded thoughts and insecurities for the world to hear and judge. When I perform, or my song is playing on the radio...I'm telling all my secrets to whoever will listen."


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