It was through these performances, along with the help of a musician friend, that Shane was introduced to producer Chris Graham, who later produced his first album, “All for Coffee”. Shortly after the album’s release, it hit 17 on the National Chart of Independent Media and has since sold over ten thousand copies. The album’s success gave Shane the momentum needed to land opening gigs for the likes of John Mayer, Patty Griffin, Hanson, Ben Jelen, and Hootie and the Blowfish. Shane soon relocated to San Diego, California in an effort to build a following as an artist on the west coast.
It was there he discovered singer/songwriter Ryan Adams and knew it was time to revamp his style. “While living there, my life changed when I fell in love with the Americana/Rock albums of Ryan Adams. These showed me that new artists could make albums that sounded as raw as the 1960’s and 70’s rock and roll that I grew up listening to and loving.” With his love of vintage rock in tow, Shane picked up and headed to Nashville in 2008. “Hunker Down in Nowhere Flatts” is an eclectic mix of self-written songs sure to please a broad demographic of fans.
With such songs as “Honey How Do You Feel Now?” and “Love Can Break Your Heart,” it is vintage sounding enough to grab the classic rock fans of previous generations, yet cool enough to have college kids dancing across the country. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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