Juzt Nutz "Chicago's Most Dangerous Rock Group" !



  



Hot off the press and ready for you to undress   Juzt Nutz new release "Sexy Lingerie" is hotter than a "4- alarm fire".  If you don't know that,  then all we can say is that you have not heard it......yet !!!!!

Catch Sexy Lingerie on every radio station thats bold enough to play it and believe us when we say.....we're JUZT getting started !

   Juzt Nutz   "Chicago's Most Dangerous Rock Group" !

Just hot off the press and ready to go, the Smash Hit by Blue Oyster Cult  "Godzilla" !!!!!!


Real Musicians ...playing Real Music....on Real Instruments....thats what Juzt Nutz has been about for years.

With comparisons that poised us between Aerosmith and James Brown to Frank Zappa meets the new "Black Van Halen" , and Hailed as  " Chicago's Most Dangerous Rock Group" . We've grown with the times and have added a few extra textures because staying relavent is just as important as maintaining our groove. So look for us to come your way at anytime, anyday and anywhere......because there is nothing worse than to be mising your "Nutz"

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Shocks Band Blends Pop and Jazz in “One Hit Wonder” Album




 Shocks Band Blends Pop and Jazz in “One Hit Wonder” Album


FLAGLER BEACH - The term “one-hit wonder” usually refers to an artist that has a hit and never releases another single to reach the previous song’s popularity. That is not the case for Shocks Band and their latest album, “One Hit Wonder.”


The ten-track LP is packed full of fan-favorite original songs written and performed by Eric Whitman. 


“There really wasn’t anything new out in 2020 and 2021,” explained Eric Whitman. “So, I figured this was a good time for me to do an album because, with the pandemic, I was stuck home. So, I wrote all the songs.”


“One Hit Wonder” is 100% studio work compared to the Shock Band’s 2011 album, “A Dedication to Alan Zill,” containing live tracks. 


Mixing pop music with some New Orleans style jazz, Whitman’s latest album hits all the right notes and gains popularity on streaming platforms and CD sales. While many fans enjoy the ease of streaming music, the “One Hit Wonder” CD is unique with its hand-drawn cover art by Whitman’s daughter Danielle Whitman. Additionally, liner notes credit the musicians who play on the album’s tracks, which fans do not get to see when streaming music. 


“I had music producers Nicole and Courtney with me in the studio, and I played with several other young musicians on the saxophone and lead guitar,” explained the Miami native who plays rhythm and bass guitar on the album. 


With its signature guitar riffs and some sweet melodies, the single “I Don’t Know (Voice)” is getting the attention of pop and rock lovers. The album contains two versions because when it’s good, why choose just one version - right? 


“Everybody seems to like it. It’s a really good song,” said Whitman. “I wrote the song because every time I turned the news on, there were all these unknowns. We don’t know about this; we don’t know about that. The song just came to me, and I knew I had to record it.”


When asked if he got any of his questions answered, Whitman replied with a chuckle, “You’ll have to listen to the song; maybe it’ll explain it.”


While “I Don’t Know (Voice)” is picking up traction on streaming platforms, Whitman said it is not the only “One Hit Wonder” song getting noticed. The album’s diversity appeals to music fans who enjoy rock, pop, and jazz. 


“It all depends on how I wake up in the morning. It’s like whatever comes. It’s just mine. I play it,” explained Whitman about his writing style. “I just go with the flow.”


“One Hit Wonder” also contains “New Orleans,” a jazzy tune with a haunting tenor sax, while “Starlite” showcases a mandolin that “kicks butt.” But Whitman does not put his writing into a box to please fans. 


“When people see the ‘One Hit Wonder’ cover, they want to play it. I want them to have fun and enjoy the music.”



Make sure to stay connected to Shocks Band on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.


Website: https://ericwhitmanshocksband.hearnow.com/ 


Amazon Music: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HHLDLPK?linkCode=osi&th=1&psc=1&tag=fndcmpgns-20 


Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/one-hit-wonder/1588098924 


Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/album/262484202


Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4uNDVRQOBBDxvEwjTcJ4Ul


Exclusive Interview with WNY Johnny

 



Where are you from and could you tell us a little bit of your upbringing?

          Born and Raised in Rochester, New York; inner City; Northwest side. Black American cultured; working class two-parent household. High school graduate; Associates Degree, Bachelor’s Degree; currently enrolled in Graduate School. Young Black Male; Born in the inner city and loved School.

          Now in my early thirties; Wife and two sons. I believe in Family and Education, and Hip-Hop music of course. I’m a Young Black Father from the city; with a Wife and Kids; pursuing to be a Certified Teacher who still has a passion for Hip-Hop Music.

 

 

What genre of music do you make and when did you first decide to be a musician?

          I write and record Hip-Hop/Rap Music. I arrange and compose my beats as well; such as “Big Boss”.     I’ve been writing Hip-Hop lyrics since my adolescence but just began trying to turn it into an Indie Career.

         

 

Who are some of the notable artists and people that influenced your career thus far?

          Snoop Dogg is my most favorite Rapper of all time. I also grew up admiring Hip-Hop acts such as; Dipset, Jay-Z, Lil-Wayne, and etc.

 

Could you tell us about your latest project?

 

          Currently; working on my new EP, “Westside New York”; arranged and composed by myself. “Big Boss” is the first single off of “Westside New York”.

 

What should we expect from you in the near future?

          Music projects; collaborations, and Touring.

          “Westside New York EP”

 

 

Could you give us some advice that you can offer to someone who is just getting started in making music?

          Keep writing; exercise the fundamentals. Live life; life is the greatest inspiration for your art. The more you live life; the richer the Art.

 

Are there any important achievements you have gained since beginning to do music?

          Just enjoying the journey

 

Besides music, what are some of the things that you are into?

          I’m into Education; currently enrolled in Graduate obtaining a Masters of Arts in Teaching Special Education. I like fitness; weight lifting and calisthenics. Reading is fundamental.

 

Are you currently on tour or planning to be?

          Currently; no. Open to bookings. Jherb585@gmail.com

 

Any last remarks?

              I appreciate every listen and follow.