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“I hate to wax too philosophical here but in a world where we’re inundated with Lady Gagas, Britney Spears, Justin Biebers, and auto-tuned voices, there’s something about the simplicity and the truth of a guy and his guitar on stage singing. I think if you would take a minute and listen to Red Rover or Graffiti, or Beat, you can feel that truth, that simplicity, that sincerity in Brian’s music. It’s real. It’s raw.”
“For Salt Lake City singer/songwriter Brian Bingham, music is all about hope. On his four-song EP, Bingham softly sings about pain, loss, and heartbreak, but always seems to find the silver lining. He opens the record by painting a picture of being "surrounded by death taking its toll," but still find solace in love. "I didn't know you'd help as much as you do, by being here I know that I'll get through." Bingham's slightly raspy tenor is the heart of the record but the female vocals, cello flourishes, and impressive drumming cement the performance. Check out Brian Bingham...at brianbinghammusic.com.”