When I was young, I attended Berklee College of Music for a time and safe to say I witnessed a lot of studio sessions. Maybe more jazz, but my first love was always rock veered towards horrific breakups and the idea of "We didn't make it." It's almost more intriguing when something doesn't work out than when it does since we all have that burning need to decipher a tragic love story.
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Because without it, ninety percent of rock songs wouldn't exist. Frontman of Brooklyn based group rock fusion group Highly Suspect Johnny Stevens nailed it when he said, "I don't make up stories," and these songs are always the most painful to play live and to write well, you have to write what you know. And as you watch the video below, you can't tell me that what you're hearing (and seeing) doesn't resonate.