A Conversation With Blues Rock Artist Julia Alyce - Page 2
“Innocent”- A song written by M. Sharp, M. Daly, and L. Lucas. Julia chose this song even though she didn’t write it because she could honestly relate. Having been in that situation where someone is living in the past and trying to be with them in the present without baggage. All the while thinking, “Hey, I’m innocent!”
The song “Love Me or Let Me Go“ also has taken on a life of its own and become Julia’s first music video. A fun video with universal appeal that’s a cross between Annie Lennox’s pop 80′s work and Robert Palmer’s “Simply Irresistible“.
Julia’s musical journey is actually a three-part plan. The first part was working with Maia and recording the EP the way she wanted to.
The second was creating the music video to give a visual representation of her and the music she represents.
The final piece of the puzzle is a music project Julia is immersed in now in Los Angeles. She’s putting together a specific sound by selecting a group of musicians who are not only passionate about the music, but also bring a special magical quality to the table to help take her show on a grassroots tour nationwide.
Julia says the timing of these artistic elements are key, but at the same time she’s not compromising her goal which is to be out there touring and interacting with her music fans for a long long time.
You may think that with a plan this ambitious it might be a bit challenging but not according to Julia.
“When you’re in the zone it’s a blast.” she says. “It’s not stressful at all.”
If her EP and music video are any indication, the future for Julia Alyce looks very bright indeed.
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