English EN German DE Russian RU French FR Ukrainian UK Chinese (Simplified) ZH-CN Portuguese PT Spanish ES

CD: Location of Incident – Strong Without My Fears

“Strong Without My Fears” is an
album full of the Americana, Rock and R&B sounds by the American
band known as Location of Incident. The album was produced by Sammy
Merendino who has worked with Hall and Oates, Billy Joel, and Michael
Jackson and then recorded with renowned recording engineer Derek Lee
(Britney Spears, The Plain White T’s, Matchbox 20, and Bruce
Springsteen). “Strong Without My Fears” is strong, straight
ahead, foot-tapping collection of music with a great, uplifting feel.
The band centers around songwriters Tony and Paul Rovillard, also
known as “the twins” (as they are, fraternal twins!), who started
Location of Incident after working in Law Enforcement for over 20
years. They interacted with a long list of respected musicians who
helped foster their talent and gain recognition throughout their
career. They backed up artists such as Del Shannon, Nils Lofgren, Dr.
John and many other music legends. After years of touring, they began
to garner the attention of hi-profile management agencies, most
notably Leber and Krebs, who handled the careers of Aerosmith and Ted
Nugent. This inspired them to get back to the recording studio. With
“Strong Without My Fears,” they are now back and better than
ever, accompanied by Rick Manasa, the keyboardist from Bob Seger’s
Silver Bullet Band, and Jerome Carr, the bassist from The Time. Tony
and Paul selected the name “Location of Incident” because of its
relevance to their comeback in the music industry. Their new single
“Hometown Hottie” debuted at #36 on the Hot Disc Top 40 Chart in
the UK, and is being distributed to European radio.
Todd Washburn for Country Music News International Magazine

Related Posts

Dustin Lynch – Blue In The Sky

The song selection on this album is exceptional.

Bob Luman – Hony Tonk Man

Bob Luman has been gone from this planet since 1978 but his music lives on in large part

Alex Miller – Miller Time

I keep hearing that REAL country music is dead. Gone.  No more.

Jefferson Ross – Southern Currency

Jefferson Ross is an artist. Figuratively and literally.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.