Texas rock sensation, Reagan Browne, has drawn comparisons to some of the biggest vocalists of the last 20 years. Channeling legendary frontmen such as David Coverdale and Chris Cornell, Browne is known for his 5-octave range, a tool that enables him to execute Zeppelin-worthy screams, but also showcase a softer and more polished vocal ability.
Browne’s 2010 release, “Daydreams in Stereo“ caught the attention of industry and media outlets. iTunes featured him as a “Rock on the Rise” artist, and Clear Channel’s I Heart Radio deemed him an “Artist to Watch,” listing his single, “Goodbye L.A.” as a “recommended” track. The album’s success took Browne on a U.S. tour, which included dates opening for the likes of Badfinger, Foghat, and War. Following a stint on the road, he relocated to Hollywood to further his career in the epicenter of rock and roll.
In 2012, Browne began working on his follow up to “Daydreams in Stereo.” Released in February 2013, Brown’s latest musical endeavor, “Reagan Browne,” (INgrooves/Fontana, Universal Music Group) is his boldest undertaking yet.
“I think fans can expect a purer, more refined version of my music where I focus on rock to hard rock, which is were my heart lies,” explains Browne.
In order to take his songs to the next level, Browne enlisted the help of several superstar friends: Marty Friedman (Megadeth) played a solo on “Loud But Unheard,” while Billy Sheehan (David Lee Roth, Mr Big) added basslines to “Killing Me is Your Thing.” Rich Redmond (Jason Aldean), Phil X (Bon Jovi, Chris Cornell), and Masayoshi Furukawa, one of Japan’s top touring and studio guitarists, also appeared on the album.
“This time around, I wanted to bring in various players to help me get my ideas across instead of me having to do them all my self. I took a back seat, and just focused on my voice, which is what people seem to like the most” says Browne of the creation of his latest LP.
After making a name for himself on The Sunset Strip, where he’s packed notorious venues such as the Viper Room, Key Club and Roxy, Browne is ready to officially unleash his new project.
“My hope for the album is to reach the widest audience that i can” says the Hollywood native “Reagan Browne” tackles themes of volatile relationships, heartbreaks, warding off homesickness, and eliminating negative influences from your life. It also touches on the frustrations of suppressed political opinions.
Aside from playing shows and dominating the radio airwaves, Browne just wants to connect with fans. “I think most people can relate to the tracks on
my albums. I write about real things that everyday people are going through and if I connect with even one person, then I’ve done my job as an artist.”
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