Shane Piasecki

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  • Nashville Nights: Shane Piasecki

    This show was on Aug 27th, 2014 | 16 people watched
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Shane Piasecki’s been thinking a lot about his fans in Australia lately. It’s one of the small town Ohio born and raised, Nashville based singer/songwriter’s biggest hubs, but he’s never had the chance to perform there. Now with the release of Set You Free, his debut label recording on LandStar Entertainment after three popular DIY releases, the tireless, entrepreneurial performer – fronting... more

Shane Piasecki’s been thinking a lot about his fans in Australia lately. It’s one of the small town Ohio born and raised, Nashville based singer/songwriter’s biggest hubs, but he’s never had the chance to perform there. Now with the release of Set You Free, his debut label recording on LandStar Entertainment after three popular DIY releases, the tireless, entrepreneurial performer – fronting his backup band, The Cuts - will have a chance to bring his explosive, rootsy blend of R&B, pop, rock, folk and blues Down Under for the first time.
As everyone in Australia and across the U.S. is singing along to the infectious refrain “I love you too much to set you free,” they may think he’s singing a traditional guy/girl song – but there’s something about the connection between a boy and his dog (whose escape from the leash one night while out for a walk was Shane’s inspiration) that makes it both quirkier and more heartfelt than the standard issue love song. “Set You Free” is just one of the 11 tracks on an album that covers such a powerful range of musical and thematic territory that it’s being promoted in its entirety to Triple AAA and Americana radio so that program directors can choose the tracks they think their listeners will love most.
Those who love Shane’s acoustic side will be gravitating towards the soulful reflection “Wings of Wax,” about being so high on life after a gig that he can’t relax; and the lonesome, bluesy and hypnotic “New To Town,” a stark reflection on the loneliness he felt when he first moved to Nashville in 2007. Others may dig the easy rolling, soaring harmonic vibe and the biting wit of “Jackie O” (“You take me back/To greener pastures/Like Jackie Onassis/Without the sunglasses…I wish I would have met you girl in the 50s”); the moody, reverb heavy ballad “Roller Gone”; the raw, high energy horn drenched soul rocker “Feels Alright”; and the infectious, harmonica laced pop/rocker “Good Thing,” which finds Shane promising just that despite only getting an I.O.U. from the one he loves.

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