Creating, Recording, and releasing a song as an independent Musician.

As none of you know, (because this is the first that I am making this public), I am about to release my first song single titled “Aftermath”.

To shed some light on what that takes and how it came about and the work that goes into doing this, I am firing up my Air Cooled Underware Blog… and will soon point you to the website of my “band”. So below. (or above, however WordPress displays it) begin my series of blogs called

“The Journey of a first time Indie Musician”

For anyone who has not done this and is considering it, I will for warn you —There are a LOT of things to learn, and a lot of little details involved as you will see. You don’t just crank out a cover on your phone and upload it to a YouTube video… as I learned with lots of study.
BUT if your really into this– YOU CAN DO IT!

I promise to try my best to keep these short, just a few paragraphs as much as I can, so that these will be a quick read for all of you readers.

‘Nuff Said for the moment.

About Air Cooled Underware

Everyday life provides many an occasion to make you think "hmmmm, " and you feel that you may offer some insight to that situaion, or have an alternate view of it. This occurs to me a lot. when this happens I have to express it someway and so I write about these things and just maybe I will catch the interest of a reader / follower or two long the way. For further information about "ME", click on "About Me" above. Thanks for reading my Stuff.
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