Thursday, August 8, 2019

Isaiah Sharkey Explains That "Love Is The Key" & Brick Briscoe Goes "From Lucky Point To Pere Lachaise"

Back in June, guitarist Isaiah Sharkey (D'Angelo, John Mayer) released his latest effort titled "Love Is The Key (The Cancerian Theme)." Sharkey is a former Grammy winner for his work on D'Angelo's 2014 album "Black Messiah" and is currently on tour with John Mayer, until mid-August. Sharkey's new album features seventeen tracks that allows him to step out from the background, into the spotlight.

He begins with the funky, seventies vibe of "Love Is The Key" and the smooth, R&B groove of "Cancerian Theme," which features vocal help by NSITE. You can't help but fall in love with Isaiah's work on the beautiful and soulful ballad "Eternal Flame." Next, he showcases his amazing guitar skills on opening chords of "Come," before his equally amazing vocal talents lead the song's sexy melody. Isaiah Sharkey picks the tempo back up with the swinging rhythm of "Truth" and "Cause You're Mine," before finishing his new album with the hip-hop/rock clash of "Amen," featuring D2G and the wonderful, Prince-like funk of "Psychomajestickcomalikelove." To find out more about Isaiah Sharkey and his latest release "Love Is The Key (The Cancerian Theme)," please visit isaiahsharkey.com

Also, just last month, Indiana-based musician and television personality Brick Briscoe released his new album titled "From Lucky Point To Pere Lachaise." The album was recorded following Briscoe's battle with cancer and how it changed his life. The new twelve-song release begins with a sound collage that leads into the short folk ballad "Enjoy The View." Next, Briscoe dives into the eighties pop vibe of "12x12," before the dark blues of "Virtue" takes over. He continues to experiment with the different musical genres of folk, blues and punk, as you cannot put a label on the type of artist that Brick Briscoe has become. To find out more about Brick Briscoe and his latest release "From Lucky Point To Pere Lachaise," please visit brickbriscoe.com

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