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Jennifer Shiver - featuring Shane Hull-Muniz





"I am a daughter of a former lead vocalist for the U.S. Navy Band, who is now a composer and producer of music, media, and live shows. I grew up around music, and I love it. I have especially come to love immersing myself in to the writing portion of it.
There is no greater thrill for me than to have a listener find joy and/or relatability in any of my songs. So, I can't express enough how grateful I am to anyone who takes the time to listen to my music. I'm always completely blown away and overcome with joy whenever I hear of someone expressing their positive sentiments toward any of my songs. I love communicating with people in this manner."


Back in early 2015, Shane Hull-Muniz, was sitting up late with no one else around, playing his guitar. And, as most guitarists do when by themselves – was enjoying a trip down a new musical road, which he was creating, utilizing a smoother Metallica-like picking pattern, through an ethereal sounding chord progression, topped off with some heavier effect-driven riffs. Liking what he heard, and with a desire to take it even further, he played it for producer Paul Shiver, who liked it also, and suggested adding the writing and vocal skills of Jennifer Shiver into the mix, and the three of them proceeded to write and record what can only be described as a bold musical journey.

Through a combination of styles, including progressive and hard rock, metal/punk, and symphonic goth, the song ‘Take The World’ articulates (in both a heavy, and epic way) one’s desire to not be thought of as some phantom fabricated from the erroneous perceptions of other people, but rather as the person they truly are.

Performed by Jennifer Shiver, featuring Shane Hull-Muniz on guitar, and produced by Paul Shiver in the project studio at Lexington Aire Productions, we present – Take The World!

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