Singer And Songwriter Terrance Day spent 10 days writing 10 songs. Those songs were to become his upcoming CD release "A Simple Life". When describing his music style, Terrance might say "Rock, Folk, Alternative, Country, and Pop" but one thing is for sure. Whatever style you call it, there's no denying that his music is powerful and authentic.
The new CD "A Simple Life" may take his fans by surprise. This effort released on his own record label "3000 Records" is fully produced with a full band. It will be available not only online, but also in independent retail stores nationwide. Terrance is currently playing shows around Michigan and preparing to tour the USA in support of his CD release. He will play solo at most venues.
The CD features other talented Artists on drums, bass, lead guitars, and backing vocals. Artists include: Desi Serna on lead guitars (Author of "How To Teach Guitar" and "Fretboard Theory"). Jim Schwartzentruber on bass guitar. Jim was also the Producer of the CD at his studio (Muddbrother's). JR laid down the drum tracks (Member of Hip Hop group "Lazy Genus"), Sarah Schemansky (Terranceâ€™s wife) played the jaw harp, and sang backing vocals. These recordings not only featured talented Artists, but Artists who put their heart and soul into this project.
This recent recording effort is truly the mark of a long and positive music career. However, this does not mark the beginning. Since 2002, Terrance has played over 600 shows, and doesnâ€™t have plans to slow down anytime soon. He has toured the country driving a 1973 Plymouth Fury Station Wagon nick named the "Superwagon". Terrance drove the vehicle for about a year and a half until the vehicle was no longer drivable, but he still misses it! He also recorded a previous CD release under the name â€œDeron 5Lâ€. That first CD release was called the "Signature EP" (2004). Three were 5 songs featured on that CD including "Sara Ann In California" which received airplay on multiple independent stations worldwide. His song "College Town" was featured on a world famous Podcast network called "U-Turn Cafe", and still played around US and international colleges.
posted November 9th at 2:46am
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sarah Schemansky Tel. 586/995-4688 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.makemusichistory.com DETROIT, MI, Nov. 9, 2007 – Recording artist Terrance Day is in the process of breaking a new record (no pun intended). His goal is to sell 1,000,000 copies of the new independent CD “A Simple Life”. This is being done through his own popular web site MakeMusicHistory.com Individuals, families, businesses owners, and organizations can be part of making music history! Everyone who supports this effort with a CD purchase receives a permanent place on the web site. Their name and link are added to the “Official Sponsor” or “Supporter” page online. During the official launch this week, MakeMusicHistory.com has received more than 92,000 unique visitors. “Clear Channel owns all the major radio stations and venues. Most musicians aren’t aware that few people control so much of what we hear” said Susan Tedeschi, a Berklee College of Music graduate from Massachusetts. It may be true that most independent Artists like Terrance Day won’t receive major airplay in the US. However, new emerging talent can still be heard through an online presence. This has been proven with independent music sales through CD Baby, iTunes, and other online music stores. The CD “A Simple Life” can be previewed and ordered online for $4 and additional copies are only 99 cents (plus shipping & handling) at http://www.makemusichistory.com “Official Sponsors” and “Supporters” also get a free digital copy of the CD, free ringtones featuring samples off the CD, plus more. Terrance wrote 10 songs in 10 days from Nov. 1 to Nov. 11 in 2003. Those songs are included on the CD “A Simple Life”. After 4 years of recording and music production, he hopes to make a healthy impact on his audience. Songs on this new CD feature original Rock and Country music, with Alternative and Pop influences. The lyrics share positive messages with colorful imagination, faith, and life experiences. The CD was released last month on his own independent record label called “3000 Records”. While selling 1,000,000 CDs is a major challenge, Terrance Day remains focused on his goal. MakeMusicHistory.com was created so people who support independent music could help make music history! He confidently shares the goal with just about everyone he connects with. Terrance smiled as he said, “Even if I meet 1% of my goal, that would still be quite significant! You never know 'til you try.” ### If you would like to schedule an interview with Terrance Day, please call Sarah Schemansky at 586/995-4688 or email email@example.com