Excitement and buzz are in the air, on the net, and straight to the music industries' ears. Doug Shea of SHEA HILL/BRIDGES/Spirit Creek, has released his first solo album. Here is a sneak peek at Doug Shea's new LP. I was fortunate enough to be in the circle of a chosen few who had the honor and opportunity to enjoy the enlightening tracks. I am here to bring you into the circle. You too can relish in the joy of witnessing for yourself , an artist of unbelievable talent and diversity. Be sure to scroll down and press play, for your own unique experience of the soulful, heart-felt, and emotional gripping live performance video by Doug Shea. While here , check out Spirit Creek, to be sedated into a spiritual and torrential musical experience.
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Bio: For Doug Shea, the passionate pursuit of music represents his life story, not merely the contents of a resume. The heart-stirring works he composes and produces have become a remarkably important part in the lives of all his devoted listeners, through remarkably diverse ventures on his own record...See Full Bio
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“Shea Hill are a little known two person act out of Milwaukee, WI, but singer/songwriter Doug Shea writes music like he’s been doing it for decades because, well, he has. Doug’s career started out with little known bands in the local area but he hit it pretty big (from an indie band standard) with Spirit Creek, almost nabbing a deal with Wind Up records. The Creek has long since run dry, but Shea’s musical abilities have done anything but. His new project, with bassist and musical color man Aaron Hill, showcase the power, emotion, and song writing ability that almost netted him a major label deal. All of this is on display in The Elegy Of Me. I was told before I heard the record that it was this dark and edgy thing. After the first track nothing could be further from the truth. There are some songs that evoke a feeling of sorrow for sure, but the album is far from dark. I don’t think Doug... Read more @ http://staticmultimedia.com/music/features-interviews/shea-hill-the-elegy”