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He's just an extremely talented musician with a really unique and powerful voice, and it's the kind of thing in our band where we really like to draw inspiration from each other and challenge each other, and he has certainly brought in a whole lot to challenge us with. BE: Now, how did you go about getting him into the band?
Did ya'll already know him, or did somebody tell you about him?
BE: You said your demo tape had "Just the Girl" on it, so I guess you had that Adam Schlesinger connection long before signing with Atlantic. I think we recorded that song and "Catch Your Wave." But that song, the radio guys really liked it.
And, actually, that demo wound up making the record!
Today, he's focused on his music, most recently crowdfunding for a new album.
And they've been a really good home for us, for a rock n' roll band playing pop songs.
It's proved to be really great; everybody there, they're all our good friends, and the way that company works is really in line with how we to be worked with. JZ: Actually, the same guy we did our record with, we did our demos with, in Boston: Mike Deneen, who's worked with Fountains of Wayne. And it was one of those things where we didn't have a ton of material at that point, because we were really just starting off, and it was just a song that we were playing for the fun of it, but it was just really working well, so we decided to record it.
But he told his boss about us, and then it went into the whole label-fight thing, where they were flying up here and everything.
Eventually, we decided on Atlantic..Lava…which was really cool, because they were one of the labels that we were really into, anyway.
Berklee was just the next logical step for me, because I knew that I was going to do music .