MP3 Stear - History
Extreme Vocals and tight musical work, what a mix on this CD, is it country or something else.
12 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Country Pop, POP: Today''s Top 40
What People Are Saying About Christopher Wilson AKA Stear''s Music
"Wilson''s music is ethereal, His are the songs you will hear as you pass into heaven." Caroline Barden. Morning Personality, Thunder Country Radio Network
"Wilson can take the most complicated thought and stew it down to the simplest words. When he stirs the words and music together you are left with a song that feeds the soul." Paty Quinn. Creative Director WRWD, Clear Channel Radio
"Wilson is a moving songwriter who specializes in finding eloquence in everyday sentiments." Stephen Isreal. Times Herald Record
"Wilson brings his own life experiences to his music as all good songwriters should... What makes Wilson''s music unique is his ability to transcribe the lives of others." Geoff Grey. Engineer/Owner Far & Away Studio
"Wilson''s music moves an audience emotionally. His voice makes you feel at home." John Stein. Concert Coordinator, Radio Host, Singer/Songwriter
"Wilson can sing a song that brings tears to hardened eyes. His writing moves and audience of any age." Frank O''Dell. Formerly of the Boston Pops
The "History" CD was produced by David Snider, Geoff Grey and myself. With players on different songs including, David Snider (guitar, bass, keyboard) Len Mumbauer (keyboard) David Brown (keyboard) Mike Baglione (guitar) Dennis Cotton (drums) Fooch (fiddle, steel guitar) Chris Wilson AKA Stear (vocals) Stephen Pierce (photo and artwork)* Drop Back Quarterback used by permission, written by Charles Del Regno ASCAP & David Snider ASCAP. Published by David Snider Music ASCAP.
About the Songs:
"Sunday Afternoon" was written as a good, I had sever writers block that day and just said to hell with it, tured out to be a most requested song. "They Don''t Know" was written for my ex of 7 years, we had some disagreements in the studio over the lyrics, but I held on strong. "Brighter Lite" The first song I ever wrote and have recorded at least 6 times, sometimes the world doesn''t look so bad. "Broken" I was so angry when I wrote this one and again it''s most requested. Guess there are alot of people out there that can relate to the feeling. "Choo Choo Train" was written while on a roofing job, we were listening to country music and someone said ''turn that awful whiny train wreck off'' hence the song was born. "Alone" just a life reflection of many different people. "No Pieces" co-written by Paty Trinkle, we''re all looking for the same thing sometimes the pieces just don''t fit when we want them too. "One Love" my brother and his wifes wedding song, somehow that was and easy one to pen. "Drop Back Quarterback" I was hired to sing this one and I have to say it''s still alot of fun, Bless Dave and Charles for bringing me in on the project. "Side By Side" Written for a dear friend during a long distance involvement she was having. "Tell Them For Me" for a good friend who lost his kids in a messy divorce. "Broken Inst." Just Broken without the vocals, it was very haunting so we decided, ''Hey this is pretty cool!''