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JP Soars Launch New Video for “South Bound I-95 “

Southbound I-95 is a thrilling Road-trip into Blues History, JP Soars and his band create a living blues experience that captivates and entertains with flawless precision and performance genius.
California born native JP Soars, who was raised in Arkansas and now living in Florida, had spent most of his early musical career in Hard Rock and Metal Bands, but his influences in music came from the Blues masters, so it is not a surprise that this visionary artist would infuse the two styles to create a unique and presently, award winning sound of his own that would be unequaled.
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His fourth album, and latest release, Southbound I-95 is an exhilarating, fast and furious, thrill seeking album, there is a song for everyone on this album, soft and folksy to rockin rhythms, no music note left unplayed or unloved.opening up the album with “Ain’t No Dania Beach” the master is the soulful southern slide guitar textures, weaving a story of living a good life, yet still longing for home. Next Track “Sure As Hell Ain’t Foolin’ Me” picks up the tempo with jazzy and funk infused “blast from the past” 70’s sounds, a song that shows some of JP’s formidable influences. By the 3rd and title track “Southbound I-95” with it’s “Husky” vocals and surf punk sound, you can see, you are hooked and JP Soars has the musical cure for whatever ails you.

So it is no wonder he chose the title track of this groundbreaking album “South Bound I-95“, a true to roots Rock and Surf Punk genre track that is pure horsepower and bent steel to make his fans howl with joy.

JP Soars says about the Track and Video:


We decided to do a video for the song and we are super happy with the results. We choose our very talented good friend Mark Moormann to shoot the video. He has done a fantastic job here capturing the essence of the tune. The song is inspired by our road travels in particular traveling Sound Bound on Interstate 95 which runs north and south from Maine to Miami. A lot of times at the end of a long tour we find ourselves hightailing it to our home in South Florida. Once we cross the border into Florida we get our second wind and just go for it, usually getting to our destination late in the wee hours around 4 or 5 am.
We really had a blast while making the video and I think Mark was able to capture that fun and energy while shooting. We hope you enjoy this video as much as we enjoyed creating it. It was all filmed close to home for us right here in sunny South Florida.”
“If you love the Video, Get The Album, Seriously, Get It Now ! “- IndiePulse Music Magazine



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