The Tide's In For Brian Rolland Jazz Pop Release Makes Waves

Boston, MA (PressExposure) May 24, 2008 -- In 2007 Brian Rolland released The Tide's In, a highly acclaimed jazz-pop release featuring Rolland's beautiful acoustic guitar lines expertly played and defined by some of the finest craftsmanship found in the independent music community.

The Tide's In debuted at #3 on the New Age/World/Ambient Charts for April 2008, and has been creeping up on the College Radio Top 10 World and Jazz charts over recent months.

The Cambridge Massachusetts native is a well-traveled soul and along the way, he received some fine training from some very special mentors before he released his recorded works.

Brian Rolland gives his listeners a nice variety, a colorful palette of New World Jazz with splashes of Rock, Classical, Spanish, New Age, Folk, Blues and Pop. Brian uses the nylon string guitar primarily and the steel string and electric guitar, plays the piano, and on occasion, he offers some vocals. All of his talents are brought forth with strength on The Tide's In.

Brian is a seasoned and well-schooled jazz musician giving the discerning jazz lover and guitar aficionados a reason to celebrate. Right from the opening track, he creates a nice healing atmosphere with intricate, soft and inviting guitar lines featuring the golden touch of some lovely female vocals that encourages Brian's guitar to step deeper into the flowing waters on some select tracks. The journey is one of enchantment and enlightenment through music. Only a talented and insightful musician can create music such as this and Brian Rolland consistently displays the ability to make this happen throughout The Tide's In.

For information about Brian Rolland, his music, updates, pictures, and performance dates, visit his website.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 21, 2008 at 3:20 am
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