Corey Zink | God's Guiding Light
From “Lifetimes,” the debut album under the Sound Biscuit label, comes the single from Corey Zink, “God’s Guiding Light,” featuring country & bluegrass music singer, Amanda Smith. “Gods Guiding Light” Written by Corey Zink CZ Music Publishing Lead Vocals - Corey Zink Harmony - Amanda Smith Guitar - Corey Zink Bass - Steve Carr Mandolin - John Roc Banjo - Dan Menzone Dobro - Matt Leadbetter Fiddle - Billy Hawks Recorded and engineered at Sound Biscuit Mastered by Paul Blakemore www.coreyzink.com www.soundbiscuit.com
Kiss On a Cold Cold Stone
Sound Biscuit is excited to announce the video and single release "Kiss on a Cold Cold Stone" from the upcoming Jesse Brock CD "Streamliner". This was such a great project working with incredibly talented artists from the song writers, Louisa Branscomb and Geri Byrd to the musicians; Featuring Greg Blake on vocals with Jesse Brock on mandolin and baritone vocals along with Russ Carson on banjo, Josh Swift on resophonic guitar, Barry Reed on bass and a newcomer singing tenor vocal, Felicia Mikels.
In August of this year I will be 60 years old. When I was a teenager and dreaming of being a songwriter, my father wrote a poem and handed it to me. It was called "Appalachian Mountains". A story about being a young man in the hills of Virginia and watching the companies that strip coal change his mountain home forever. This last year I dedicated myself to a project to give to my Dad on his 82nd birthday. With the help of some amazing musicians, a very talented videographer and a desire to create something endearing for Pop, the music video "Appalachian Mountains" was lovingly put together piece by piece. Filmed on location in Wise County Virginia and surrounding area including Flat Gap Virginia where my Dad was born, Pound, Norton, and Indian Creek, the video is a heartfelt visual/audio tribute to my Pop and the mountains he has carried in his heart his entire life. An enormous thank you to Jesse Brock, Matt Leadbetter and Mark Lewis for being a part in putting together the music for this heartfelt gift. Another big thank you to friends and business cohorts Jacob Dean and Kayla Ingle. None of this would have happened without all of you and your dedication to the project. I hope you all enjoy it. Happy 82nd Birthday Pop.... Reproduction or use of any kind visually or musically is strictly forbidden without written consent. #appalachianmountainproject