Jay Psaros (from the album The Trees Beyond the Town available as a self-release)
Seeing the benefits and gifts that his musical ability has provided, Jay Psaros faces the state of independence as a working with musician with optimism, accepting the challenges on his career path. His recent release, The Trees Beyond the Town, gathers songs that reflect the singer. Easy rhythms of gently rolling twang support realizations that the key to life is within reach on “Only Love” while a bass-driven groove introduces “Strangers Again” and the storyline introduces past ghosts with “Strangers Again” as Jay Psaros pens “Dear Jane” as an apology and a promise.
The Boston, Massachusetts-based singer/songwriter embraces his career course as a small business owner, Jay Psaros feeling that ‘today's musical landscape can be a difficult one to navigate, but a very rewarding one as well; filled with peaks and valleys. It takes a lot today to succeed as an artist, which is why immersion into all corners of the craft is important. It allows you to stay independent, in control of your art and in the process, gives you an education that cannot be learned in any other setting’. The Trees Beyond the Townrelates a personal history on its title track, heading back into time to find the heart of the tale as Jay Psaros sets course on a confident beat in “Comin’ Up the River”, patiently waits for a sign amid a flurry of notes for “Think I’m Gonna Get It”, and tenderly offers inspiration on fearless strums and glass-half-full observations with “Hold on My Love”.
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