Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Songwriter Tackles Tinseltown Transit

HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One country crooner isn’t letting Tinseltown’s terrible traffic slow him down.

That’s the tune from country singer Brad Colerick, whose hatred of Hollywood’s freeway fiascos helped inspire his new album, Lines In The Dirt, which drops July 10th.

Colerick – who regularly commutes from Pasadena to his recording studio in Hollywood – says it’s a myth that public transportation in Los Angeles isn’t up to par.

He explains, “I got rid of my car a few years ago, and it’s been okay. I can write lyrics on the train or bus and not worry about traffic, and all the human interaction helps me write songs.”

Colerick’s album tackles other moving misconceptions, including the laid-back lifestyle the Nebraska native thought he’d be living in the Golden State.

He adds, “I used to boast that I could go to the beach and the ski slopes in the same day, but I’ve never done that. I’ve only been to the beach a half dozen times.”

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