Murfreesboro, TN, November 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Carl Pemberton is songwriter/performer from a small town in Tennessee called Cleveland. His album was finished in June of 2009 and he is very eager to gain some new fans. By making his album free, he hopes to encourage people to listen to his messages and to his music.
Carl has been performing live since he was 15 years old. He traveled around to crowded bars and coffee shops as the keyboardist for W.E.D.A.I.O., an acoustic/folk band. They recorded their first album in 2006. Each year, Carl Pemberton works with Vanderbilt as music and arts director for TRIAD, an autism camp that helps young children and young adults deal with social issues. He also has a passion for concert production for benefits. He has raised well over $2000 doing shows and has donated to organizations such as the Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation for several years.
When talking about Carl’s new album, Jonathan Ostrow, creator of MicControl, says, “This is a very strong first artistic and musical statement from Carl Pemberton, whose creativity shows real originality. There is a certain spark that few are ever able to achieve, but for those who do attain it, it can make the music become intoxicating. It gives each song the feeling as if a natural creativity was simply flowing through the writing process- the songs never come off as hard work, yet they never come off as boring or lazy. Carl seems to have that spark.”
Carl Pemberton's album, Spiraling Up, will be available for free starting on November 18. If you like hearing a powerful and soulful voice belt out messages of peace, love, and unity, then you will love his music. Bands such as The John Mayer Trio, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Jack Johnson, Dave Mathews, and Billy Joel influence his music. His music is passionate and ever changing; with each song having it's own uniqueness.
Carl is excited about the idea of making the album free for his listeners. He said, “My message is clear when I am singing. It doesn’t matter who listens to the album. I know they will find something they can relate to in it. It’s very diverse piece of art that I created to share with the world. I just hope they listen.”
Carl Pemberton’s album, Spiraling Up, can be downloaded for free at http://www.carlpemberton.bandcamp.com.