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The Livesays


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"Clarence Clemons' Guitarist Billy Livesay Returns Home"

After a dozen years trotting the globe with the late saxophonist Clarence Clemons (Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band) and Foghat's Tony Stevens, guitarist Billy Livesay is settling back into his South Florida-based life, jamming with his longtime rock project The Livesays. That band, which formed back in 1996, is celebrating the release of its first official album in 15 years, Rose Colored Glasses, Saturday evening at Boston's in Delray Beach. And on the eve of that event, they will be opening for Kansas at Mizner Park in Boca. - New Times Magazine

"The Livesays on Bill Murphy Show"

"Billy Livesay remains one of South Florida's musical heroes and his latest project Rose Colored Glasses is arguably his finest work to date." - Bill Murphy Show


Released 12/10/11
* Mixed by: Steve Gordon (Prince, Bon Jovi, Rob Thomas)
* Mastered by: Mike Fuller (Multiple Grammy Wins)



Memorable pop/rock tunes, soulful vocals, fresh melodies, catchy hooks, sentimental and thought provoking lyrics, wailing guitars, screaming organ, sultry piano and pounding drums are what you can expect to hear from The Livesays. The vocalist/guitarist and the band's namesake, critically acclaimed songwriter Billy Livesay, toured for twelve years with E Streeter Clarence Clemons' band "Temple of Soul," releasing 2 CDs "Live In Asbury Park" Volumes 1 & 2, the second of which features Bruce Springsteen. Billy has shared the stage with so many national artists, his resume reads like a who's who of Billboard chart-topping artists. He's had dozens of songs placed in movies and on television shows and is currently also the lead singing guitarist in SLOW RiDE with original Foghat bassist Tony Stevens.

Drummer Eddie Zyne, long-time Pearl Drum endorsee, is no stranger to arenas, having toured and recorded with Hall and Oates, Desmond Child and Rouge, the Monkees, Rick Derringer and Foghat. Victor "Cuqui" Berrios, who grew up in New York City, offers a touch of the Big Apple to the band with his Hammond B3 and impassioned vocals. Tim Murphy brings his ear for harmony and his unique Elton John style piano. Bassist Jorge Laplume, from Havana, Cuba, with his latin roots coupled with a steady diet of the rock groups such as The Who and Free, delivers a bass sound that is both funky and thunderous.

The combination of the versatility of backgrounds and personalities of these veteran players is what makes their sound so unique. What The Livesays have created is an album that is both memorable and moving with stories ranging from adolescence to adulthood, from finding love to losing love, that will touch each listener's heart. Give the new album "Rose Colored Glasses" your full attention; you will undoubtedly relate so closely with a song or two, you just may feel as though it was written specifically for you.

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