Michael St. Germain
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Simply put, Michael St. Germain rocks.

Now on his own, after a stint with Crash Radio, Michael’s unique blend of radio ready, timeless rock with inspired lyrical attitude sets him apart from the crowd.

In the recently released CALIFORNIACENTRIC, this San Francisco native proves that he can deliver the goods. Combining an amazing songwriting depth with his unique vocal tone, the music goes straight to the heart. The 12 track independent release, with cover art captured by renowned photographer Mary Ellen Mark, displays Michael’s perception of life, love and the pursuit of rock stardom.

The lyrical subject matter throughout the album follows the author through what he considers to be the soundtrack of his life, his personal journey. Every word in “This Time Around” is a life experience. Littered with meaty guitar riffs and an explosive chorus, the song confirms that Michael has been there and back. The album concludes with the ballad “Breathe.” This face blaster of a song started out as frantic street poetry, but soon revolves around obsession, passion, and the distance between two people.

One listen and it’s clear why Michael St.Germain received the LA Music Award for Outstanding National Artist and was signed to Arista and Virgin Records while the leader of the now defunct LA based rock group Crash Radio.

Working with Grammy Award winning producer Matt Serletic,(noted for his work with Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas, Santana, Aerosmith, Willie Nelson, and Celine Dion), Michael penned the lyrics that provide the inspiration for the CALIFORNIACENTRIC sound. Backed by superb musical talents, the infectious melodies satisfy the listener’s appetite for rock n’ roll at its best.

Much like CALIFORNIACENTRIC’S cover art – this album forces a double take.