Ventura, CA, November 25, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- As the COVID-19 pandemic surges into winter, online entertainment is in high demand and Facebook live streaming is one way musicians like Jason Brock can perform in front of audiences that are virtually attending from anywhere on the planet. With his new single being officially released on December 3rd, his birthday, Brock is using online platforms to connect with fans, friends and family from the safety of their own homes. The vehicle is music, the goal is engagement. The virtual concert will take place on Friday December 4th at 7:30 pm PST.
“For this show I’ve put together a new band,” says Brock, “and the rehearsals are sounding great.” The band, Heard of Cats, features Ventura local musicians Lance Charles, Doug Chandler, George Clig, and Art Citizen Joe Davis. The band also features Jacqueline Moore of Maya Lumen. “Having Jacqueline on bass really adds a flavor to the sound that we’ve been missing,” states Brock, “It’s great to have her in the mix.”
With the Heard of Cats, and the Alt Country stylings of Ashes To Dust, Jason’s sound is taking on more of a southern drawl in tone and approach. The single carves out a new direction in Brock’s Rock and Roll career. Attendees of the December 4th live stream can expect warmer toned down versions of the more brash and distorted recordings of his songs.
Live streaming will never replace actual live performances, but for now, it’s all we’ve got. If we take it slow, and we rock and roll, we’ll look back, and we will smile.
The single, Ashes To Dust, was recorded at Brock’s home in Ventura California, and is the third release in a series of singles Brock has produced in 2020. He plans to keep recording from home until the pandemic subsides.
Jason Brock is a member of the Ventura Artists’ Union, and currently serves as an administrator of ccMixer.org. He posts free to share remixes under the pseudonym Spinningmerkaba. Over his career he has recorded and performed with Grammy award winning artists John Jones, Steve Ferrone along with MP3.com artist Emily RIchards, Orangehand, and The Art City Monsters.
Watch the live stream performance on Jason Brock's Facebook page.