Buzz Cason & Robert Cline Jr.
Featured Artist #1
Buzz Cason & Robert Cline Jr.
Passion is a fitting title for Buzz Cason's latest recording, which features all originals written or co-written by Buzz. It is his passion for the music and all the excitement and satisfaction that surrounds the process of writing the songs and making a new record that keeps him pressing on after countless seasons in the music game. "This record is intensly special for me since we molded elements from various genres musically from my career and attemped to make a recording that will satisfy the taste of diverse listeners", Buzz states from his studio in Berry Hill in Nashville, where the majority of the songs were cut. "The musicians, engineers and everyone involved in making this record were great. Also, I'm pleased and thankful that my son Parker Cason worked with me on this record, utilizing his songwriting skills as well as a unique production style that gives the record a fresh feel."
Featured Artist #2
Robert Cline Jr.
Robert Cline Jr. began his music career as a collaboration with members of The Subdudes,both in the studio and on stage. John Magnie, produced Cline's debut album "All The Right Reasons," which was released in March 2012. Cline recalls, "John and Steve Amedee really took me under their wing and have been an amazing source of support and inspiration". Cline has performed solo and as a band with musicians such as: Buzz Cason, John Magnie, Lisa Morales, Shelley King, Mike Blakely, Walt Wilkins, Susan Gibson, Dustin Welch, Michael O'Connor, The 3 Twins, The Drive-By Truckers and many more.
Robert's debut album All the Right Reasons is varied in its sound, ranging from Texas bar house country rock to bare-bones acoustic ballads. Robert's ability to go from catchy toe-tapping tunes to soulful and sentimental numbers lends a sense of spontaneity to the record.
Cline has recently relocated to the Shoals where he wrote and recorded his second album, American Mojo, at the Nutt House Recording Studio in Sheffield, AL.
American Mojo, was recorded in Sheffield, Alabama in an area known as "The Shoals," with legendary studio musicians including members of the "Swampers." (The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, also known as The Swampers, is a group of American soul, R&B, rock and roll and country studio musicians based in the city of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. They have appeared on more than 75 gold and platinum hits (Source Wikipedia 2016).
American Mojo is the record of Cline's journey not only to this place, but the documentary of his baptism as a Troubadour in the roots of American music. This journey has taken him across the country: from the crossroads of the Little Goose River in the Big Horn Mountains, across the plains of Kansas, through Texas, Louisiana and beyond. As Cline followed the songs, they led him to a new home at the banks of the Tennessee River. Cline was inspired, challenged and humbled by the spirit of the people which led him to find his Mojo!