Seattle, WA, November 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Momma Lynn Records (MLR) is proud to announce the debut solo album by John Kingsley entitled "About the Town," will be released on December 2, 2016. The much-anticipated album recorded at Studio Sage in Edmonds, Washington gives the listener a glimpse into Kingsley's heart and soul and the insightful views of his world. Momma Lynn Founder and CEO, Michael Decker said, “We were fortunate to work with some very talented people including some of John’s friends and family on this album, like Seattle guitar wizard, John Leighton Beezer and Kingsley’s nephew, guitarist David Kingsley. These songs are a reflection of John’s soul and you can feel his passion. We are proud to have been a part of it."
The album came together when Studio Co-Owner, Tim Sage, brought his creativity to the team. “Tim, who Engineered and Co-Produced this album with John, really worked well together," said Decker. A musician himself, Sage is credited with keyboard synthesizer and backing vocals throughout the album.
Kingsley was born and raised in Port Angeles, Washington, a city situated on the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula along the shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. His musical influences include Pacific Northwest legends Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Nirvana.
After playing in several bands in the local Seattle area including Chemical Imbalance, Social Decline, Blue Clouded Gray, and The Mudbanks, Kingsley decided to embark on a solo career. He sings about important personal events of his life like love, friendship, and happiness along with loss, sadness and depression.
Look for “About the Town” everywhere fine music is sold and online through all the major digital music services and outlets like iTunes, Amazon, Pandora and Spotify.
Contact John Kingsley: email@example.com
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