Music Industry News Network [07-01-2017]

Collaboration Between Nominated Recording Artist Kathryn Shipley And Nominated Producer Gar Francis Brings Us A New Song Titled THOSE EYES


For Immediate Release
Bongo Boy Records
Belvidere, New Jersey

From Bongo Boy’s Studio Corner comes a new song that will make an impression in your ears. A collaboration between New Jersey Nominated Producer/Songwriter Gar Francis and Missouri Nominated Songwriter Kathryn Shipley whom created a polished to perfection song titled THOSE EYES.

A few months ago the song consisted of a great instrumental demo with some lyrics; at that time Gar Francis presented this demo to Bongo Boy Records artist Kathryn Shipley, which took the demo under her creative wings and wrote complete lyrics for it. The story line of the song was kept pretty simple; about an old fashion way of falling for someone at a glance and a spark, because of ‘those eyes”.
With that mindset the lyrics from Kathryn Shipley, Gar Francis creative flow and added keys from Eric Barfield (Nashville) the song was recorded at Shock City Studios, also a vintage 1967 Hammond Organ, that Eric recently acquired, was added to make THOSE EYES complete.

Kathryn Shipley - Vocals
Gar Francis and Eric Barfield – Guitar, Drums, Bass and Keys
Recorded and mixed at: Shock City Studios - Luke Ahrens
Final Mix by Gar Francis
Produced by Gar Francis
Songwriters: Kathryn Shipley (BMI) and Gar Francis (BMI)

This song will be featured on Bongo Boy Records VOLUME XIV album. An Open Genre album release by Various Artists this summer. The album will be distributed in ASIA and THE WORLD in physical and digital format.

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Bongo Boy Records is a full stack music company located in Belvidere, New Jersey. Founded in 2010 by Grammy members Monique Grimme and Gar Francis to create a record label for independent recording artists that provides solid support, distribution and promotions Worldwide.


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