San Jose, CA, October 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Hologram Publishing is proud to announce the release of Jay Henry Weisz’s debut country music album, “Driving Home.”
The song collection traces Weisz’s thoughts, feelings, and observations as he lived a country life from the windswept Wyoming plains to Georgia’s rural red clay countryside, Carolina, and the Gulf Coast.
“Driving Home,” the album’s title song, speaks to the uncertainty of love, while “Man in the Bar” lets us in on the thought-provoking exchange between two strangers and their perspectives on life. With “One Track Mind” and “The Fight,” Weisz takes a more playful approach to his music, while “Only One” strikes a more somber tone.
“Driving Home” is the follow-up to Weisz’s soft-rock album, “I Understand,” released earlier this year. It represents a turning point musically and personally for this modern-day troubadour whose career has literally spanned the globe. Where the earlier album was more introspective, with soulful ballads, such as “Me and You” and “Desperation,” and the fiery rebuke of “Don’t Know,” this new collection embraces the world head-on with a driving, country beat.
Weisz composes from his home on Florida’s northeast coast.
Both albums, recorded live at Sound Mind Studios in Holly Hill, Florida, are available on iTunes, Amazon, and other popular music sites.
For additional information, interview requests, or review copies: Contact: Dave Clarke, Hologram Publishing. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.: 408.512.5561