20 Years Later Releases "Better Later Than Never"

Astoria, NY (PressExposure) February 09, 2012 -- Email: marc@20-years-later.com

Website: [http://www.20-years-later.com/]

Music: [http://www.20-years-later.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Septembe][...]

Better Later Than Never

This new original disc from the band "20 Years Later" titled "Better Later Than Never" will make even the most discerning pop enthusiast smile and grin from ear to ear. Infectious songs littered with layers of vocal harmonies, power guitars, synthesizers and a solid rhythm section make this album tick. Whether you enjoy 60's, 70's, 80's or anything past that, this album has a taste of everything. Produced by MCA and Atlantic Records Jazz/Pop artist Dick Bauerle, there is a whole color wheel of visions and sounds on this Power Pop record. It gives one the same feeling of when George Martin worked with four boys that called themselves the Beatles many years ago. Checkout the song 'Strange Days' and you'll immediately make the connection. This album includes a cover of "Big Star's" 'Septembur Gurls' that shimmers like no other version before. Don't miss out on this album!

20 Years Later

"20 Years Later" is made up of Tim Bertsch, Marc Fruth, and PJ Lorenzo. Three friends from high school who got together after a 20 year break to make some great music. For this project, supporting roles on Bass and Drums were by Mike Lorenzo and Greg Arnone, respectively.

* Tim Bertch - Lead and Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitars

* Marc Fruth - Lead and Backing Vocals, Synthesizer, Piano, and Organ

* PJ Lorenzo - Lead and Backing Vocals, Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Mandolin, and Slide Guitar

* Mike Lorenzo - Bass

* Greg Arnone - Drums

Available now via the band's website, CDBaby, Amazon, and iTunes!

Better Later Than Never

This new original disc from the band "20 Years Later" titled "Better Later Than Never" will make even the most discerning pop enthusiast smile and grin from ear to ear. Infectious songs littered with layers of vocal harmonies, power guitars, synthesizers and a solid rhythm section make this album tick. Whether you enjoy 60's, 70's, 80's or anything past that, this album has a taste of everything. Produced by MCA and Atlantic Records Jazz/Pop artist Dick Bauerle, there is a whole color wheel of visions and sounds on this Power Pop record. It gives one the same feeling of when George Martin worked with four boys that called themselves the Beatles many years ago. Checkout the song 'Strange Days' and you'll immediately make the connection. This album includes a cover of "Big Star's" 'Septembur Gurls' that shimmers like no other version before. Don't miss out on this album!

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Press Release Submitted On: February 09, 2012 at 6:43 pm
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