Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 11, 2004
(http://www.eduardorenta.com) - Eduardo Renta's career is taking off. The singer, who recently completed work on his first production, has hit the Miami music scene hard, working to introduce his music to the community. 'We've done a few concerts, and we are going to do more. Once the music is in the audience's hands, they make it their own. And that is a very gratifying process.'
The hard work is paying off. The Miami Herald, the city's most prominent newspaper, has featured Eduardo as an up and comer of note. 'It's a great feeling to be in the Herald. It's one of the largest newspapers in the nation, and I am humbled by their attention', he says, also noting that, 'It means the music is being heard and appreciated.'
In the interview, by Viviana Batista, Eduardo discusses the production, his influences, and how he got started. When asked why he sings, he says, 'I do it for myself as a form of catharsis and for the fans. My happiness is connected to theirs. It's also the only thing I know how to do.'
Eduardo cites Robbie Williams, Guns n' Roses, Julio Iglesias, Juan Luis Guerra, Led Zeppelin, The Cure, The Beatles, and Pearl Jam as his primary influences. Noting the diversity of the group, he says 'I have very diverse tastes. I'm also very eclectic when it comes to music.'
The interview marks an important step in Eduardo's career. 'When you are starting out as an artist, particularly before the first disc hits stores, it's hard to get people interested. You try to perform as often as possible and get the music out there, but it's tough. The good thing about an interview like this is that it brings you to the masses very quickly, and in a way that tells them something important about who you are and what you are trying to do.'
The interview, which also features pictures of Eduardo in concert, can be read online at:
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