Brian Theoret

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The Story, The Music, and Who I Am...

"...the perfect blend of alternative, funk and folk for a winter's night." ~Borders Books

Brian Theoret’s sound is a subtle mix of Darius Rucker, The Grateful Dead, and Jethro Tull. He takes his Vermont born influences and pours his heart out with an Americana Alternative Folk-Rock Sound.

Leading up to the release of Chasing... more

The Story, The Music, and Who I Am...

"...the perfect blend of alternative, funk and folk for a winter's night." ~Borders Books

Brian Theoret’s sound is a subtle mix of Darius Rucker, The Grateful Dead, and Jethro Tull. He takes his Vermont born influences and pours his heart out with an Americana Alternative Folk-Rock Sound.

Leading up to the release of Chasing Daylight, Brian’s debut album, he spent the last few years playing shows in and around the Fairfield County, CT area taking snippets of his life and those around him and turning them into emotionally charged vignettes full of imagery and symbolism.

Love, Hope, Dreams…

All songs, lyrics and artwork were written, produced, recorded, arranged, engineered and mixed at Dirty Paws Studio by Brian Theoret. Chasing Daylight was mastered by Iain MacDonald at Product London Studios.

“Sometimes songs take years to write and other times they can just flow out of you in a matter of an hour. Speck of Light was one of those tunes that just came to me one afternoon.” ~ Brian Theoret on writing Speck of Light.

“Speck of Light” is the story of a man trapped inside his own head. As he begins to try and make some sense of it all he dreams of his hopes and his home and who he loves. He takes a hold of that hope as a means to get out of his own head.

“The Beach,” the story of a chance encounter with someone special, a picturesque cliff-side walk overlooking the ocean as a cool breeze blows on their faces and waves crash over their shoulders. It’s a story of two lovers reminiscing about past memories and the experiences of falling in love.

With each piece of music, Brian tries to create a mythos, a world in which his stories can unfold, using what life has thrown at us, employing and tugging at one’s emotions yet maintaining a whimsical and uplifting style throughout.

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