Phoenix, AZ, March 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Big Noise artist and singer-songwriter Bruce Lev is proud to announce the release of his new single "What You Do To Me."
The song was composed after a Neil Young concert in which Bruce was inspired to write a song with harmonica interludes. Then Bruce discovered the powerful voice and intriguing vocal arranging abilities of Grammy Award nominee Armand Hutton, and... an outstanding track was born.
Bruce is also putting the finishing touches on his upcoming album due in June, "The Declaration of Independents," an eclectic compilation of tracks which will be very reminiscent of the Beatles "White Album." It will also include "What You Do To Me."
The title of the upcoming CD highlights the impressive surge of success by independent artists at the Grammy level due in part by the "Power of the People-net, internet by the people and for the people!"
Bruce Lev is a truly independent artist and, as mentioned above, greatly influenced by the Beatles and numerous other classic rock-n-roll bands from the '60s and '70s. Originally from Kings Park, New York, Bruce now lives in the Phoenix, Arizona area and released his debut CD in 2012 entitled "Get Back."
In 2014, Bruce was named "Best Adult Contemporary Artist" at the "Artists in Music Awards," and in 2015 he was named "Classic Rock Artist of the Year" at the Josie Music Awards and also by Fair Play Country Music Magazine.
Official Website: http://www.brucelev.com/