Sarasota, Florida–June 13, 2005– Fremont John’s music is called acoustic thunder, and for a very good reason. His new release Timeline is a powerful musical statement, featuring spine tingling melodies and lyrics that cut like a knife. With nearly 20 years of classical piano training and an equal amount of time on the trombone, John is no stranger to playing a multitude of instruments. His chosen instruments on his new release are the guitar and his incredible voice to accompany his acoustic journeys, which makes his music authoritative and convincing.
Timeline features scorchers like “Jericho’s Wall,” which kicks things off creating strong imagery of battles won and lost. This man can belt out a song, when he sings “Forgive Me” you can tell he is playing for keeps, and on “No Pity On Me,” some twangy slide guitar that is blues and country from head to toe, are one of the many atmospheres set to his poignant lyrical prose.
His reputation and performances in Florida are becoming legendary and this new recording will solidify his standing as an artist on the move with the crossover ability that will reach out on a worldwide level in the independent music community. John is becoming a regular attraction at Tampa Bay Devil Rays games; he will be performing on June 28 at 5:15 pm and July 31 at Noon. This is an indication of his growing popularity and the respect he commands for his many live performances.
Fremont John delivers the goods on Timeline and seeing him perform it live will be an unforgettable experience. The many messages he conveys to us through his music bares his heart and soul to every walk of life. His stories are set to the music and can easily become the soundtracks of our daily lives while giving us inspiration and hope of a new day.