Aqua Blue Recording Artist Greg Susoreny Goes Top10 FMQB
April 21, 2011 – Nashville, TN “Music City U.S.A.” – Debut Single “Please Come Home Tonight” by recording artist Greg Susoreny (Aqua Blue Records) has reached Top #10 on the FMBQ Adult Contemporary Chart. The single is also gaining momentum and began impacting New Music Weekly magazine.
This is the first release from the self-produced debut CD “Ramblin’ Man” to hit radio which is in good company by notable artists such as Robbie Robertson, Bon Jovi, Pink, and Colbie Caillat.
Susoreney had success starting and running his own businesses. After earning a business degree from Indiana University School of Business, he founded a technical staffing company in Dallas Texas, owned a general contracting company in Miami Beach Florida, and owned a small cafe in Las Colinas, Texas.
Then the time came for Susoreny to use his entrepreneurial drive and follow his passion to give his music to the world. Sosoreny founded Aqua Blue Records and wrote, arranged, produced his first CD “Ramblin Man”.
“I worked very hard on the entire production of my album. I teamed up with some of Nashville’s finest musicians to record my album.” states Susoreney
Playing on “Ramblin’ Man” are top Nashville session musicians, including Jonathon Yudkin on strings/mandolin (Rascal Flatts), Danny Parks on Acoustic, Electric and Gut-String Guitars, (Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn), Jay Vern on piano/Hammond B3 (Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood), Wayne Killius on drums/percussion (Aaron Tippin, Toby Keith, Big & Rich), and Sam Levine on saxophone (Amy Grant, Brooks & Dunn, Trey Anastasio).
The debut album “Ramblin’ Man” outlines the joys and aggravations of being restless and rootless and is available on iTunes and at www.gregsusoreny.com.