Roger Wayne Parr / Comments

Dream Team Network
Dream Team Network  (4 months ago)

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Daly  Redline
Daly Redline  (about 1 year ago)

. sweet sound ♥♬🎶 🎶🎶🎶

CHIMERA  (about 1 year ago)


Bonde Sem Freio
Bonde Sem Freio  (about 1 year ago)

Have a great 216! Cheers!!! Success!!!

Rob Errera
Rob Errera  (over 1 year ago)

Roger Wayne Parr and Joe Coco’s second collaboration, aptly titled, Second Chance, is a polished and upbeat follow-up to the duo’s brooding 2012 debut, Hindsight.

Second Chance is an album of change, growth, and rebirth. In many ways Second Chance is about healing the wounds Parr and Coco explored on Hindsight. Consider "Sister” from Hindsight and “Shina" from Second Chance. Both songs feature voicemail messages. The haunting voice on “Sister” is Parr’s late sister, while the voicemail on “Shina” is an adoption coordinator introducing Parr to his new daughter. This poignant contrast introduces a sense of both musical and emotional closure.

The tracks on Second Chance are upbeat and inspiring. "Don’t Wait For the Sun" has an easy-going, island feel, with overtones of the Beach Boys, while “Backpedal" is up-tempo pop rock with a singalong vibe. Clever percussion and a memorable chorus highlight "Lose Me, Lose You." Both "Cross to Bear," with its chugging acoustic drive and big fuzzy chorus, and "I Have Arrived" sound like country-crossover radio hits. "Two Masters" is built around a dramatic crescendo, a ripping guitar solo, and a power hook. "Angel’s Cradle" has the dreamlike quality of a lullaby, while “Shina" Is a beautiful love song from a father to his daughter. "Death on the High Seas,” which features Parr's high-end guitar work, has a slippery, funky feel, while "Cradle To The Grave” is down-and-dirty blues rock. The album’s title track is another Southern rock-inspired feel-good toe-tapper, probably the best on an album filled with them.

Parr and Coco deliver the goods on this album. Powerful and personal, Second Chance is a satisfying collection of pop gems seared with a country-smoked flavor.

Rob Errera
Rob Errera  (about 4 years ago)

Hindsight is a strong collection of introspective rock tunes, ranging in style from bluesy to prog rock. Parr has all the musical bases covered, and delivers some impressive guitar work reminiscent of Boston's Tom Scholtz. Listen for some fine pickin' on "Second Son" and "I Wish I Knew Then (What I Know Now)." Parr's percussive chops are equally impressive -- check out the breakdown during "Hands/Red Brown." Vocalist Joe Coco has a soulful, engaging voice that complements Parr's storyteller-style lyrics quite well. I can see why Hindsight won the Heart In Music Award. This is an album packed with honest, unflinching songwriting, and well crafted/well played rock & roll - a combination you don't see often enough in today's lifeless musical landscape. - Rob Errera, award winning, syndicated critic.

Roger Wayne Parr
Roger Wayne Parr  (over 4 years ago)

Performance Records is proud to announce the release of Roger Wayne Parr's debut CD - HINDSIGHT