I follow a general process incorporating aspects unique to each album when I'm writing music. The inception of our current project began at the end of 2012.
I think the act of songwriting can be fascinating to people unfamiliar with the life of a singer/songwriter, but my intent with this post...
Eclectic Verve is evolving. Read about our latest project.
Although the genesis of Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is nearly seven decades old, there is still room for improvement, including adding creativity to the pyramid of needs.
Even without lyrics, music can evoke joy, sadness, or other emotional responses just by the intonation, cadence, or chord progression employed by the songwriter.
Colorado’s beauty has inspired many songs. From “America the Beautiful” to John Denver’s “Rocky Mountain High” to Kent Lehman's “Going to Colorado”.
The need to own lots of guitars is discussed by the non-guitar playing half of Eclectic Verve.
The music of Eclectic Verve originates from a diverse range of influences within the pop rock genre.