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JOHN THAYER - SINGER/SONGWRITER



John Thayer is a singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon performing over the last four years as a solo artist

developing and crafting his style.  John’s signature sound has captivated a dedicated audience worldwide.

In October, 2013, John released Laurel Street on EON Records.  This Indie Pop production has its roots at the

OregonCoast where the artist has cultivated his musical sensibilities in the artist community of CannonBeach where

Thayer has a summer home.

2015 sees the release of John’s new EP titled Take It Back.  As a follow-up to the critically acclaimed release, Laurel

Street, this six-song collection is an eclectic production using both live strings and brass horns to compliment John’s

guitar, bass and drum ensemble.  The Indie Pop style is reminiscent of Laurel Street, but the songs take on a deeper

sophistication with lyrics that probe a bit deeper into the psyche.

Take It Back was co-produced by the Laurel Street team of Bobby Krier and Micah Tawlks in Nashville.  The record

was mixed by Greg Collins (No Doubt, Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas), in Los Angeles.  John’s brother Tommy is

the lead guitarist for the iconic rock band KISS.  

Videos produced for “Don’t Wanna Lose You” and “The Longest Road” can be viewed at www.johnthayermusic.com.


John Thayer’s Second CD, Take It Back, Set for Worldwide Release on April 21

PORTLAND, OR., April 10, 2015 / PRNewswire/ - John Thayer’s highly-anticipated second studio album will be

officially released worldwide on April 21st.

 Singer songwriter’s second album out now in download and CD formats (Amazon, CD Baby) is available as

a digital download (iTunes.com/JohnThayer).

 The video produced for the first single “Don’t Wanna Lose You” can be viewed at

www.johnthayermusic.com.

John Thayer is a singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon performing over the last four years as a solo artist

developing and crafting his style.  John’s signature sound has captivated a dedicated audience worldwide.

In October, 2013, John released Laurel Street on EON Records.  This Indie Pop production has its roots at the

Oregon Coast where the artist has cultivated his musical sensibilities in the artist community of Cannon Beach where

Thayer has a summer home.

In April, 2015 John will release his new EP titled Take It Back.  As a follow-up to the critically acclaimed release,

Laurel Street, this six song collection is an eclectic production using both live strings and brass horns to compliment

John’s guitar, bass and drum ensemble.  The Indie Pop style is reminiscent of Laurel Street, but the songs take on a

deeper sophistication with lyrics that probe a bit deeper into the psyche.

Take It Back was co-produced by the Laurel Street team of Bobby Krier and Micah Tawlks in Nashville.  The record

was mixed by Greg Collins (No Doubt, Matchbox Twenty, U2), in Los Angeles.  John’s brother Tommy is the lead

guitarist for the iconic rock band KISS.  

For more information on John Thayer’s music, please contact:

John Thayer

johnthayermusic@gmail.com

503-329-6815

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