Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) May 16, 2008
Just one year after relocating to Florida (where he performed his one-man show, "Thank You Dan Rather," last October), multi-genre singer-songwriter, Neal Fox, is releasing "Now It's Personal." Described as "gritty, edgy and haunting," it's his view of the world: dark, sometimes painful, often touching, funny and hopeful. And, like Harry Chapin, Fox knows how to tell a good story.
This intriguing pop-rock album grabs your attention from the opening track, "A Zero With a Gun"--"Billy was a different kind of kid, Didn't like the things the others did, A cold look was in his eyes…"--and holds it till the final cut, "We're All Gonna Be There (When She Dies)"--"When she was young, she was freedom, There was justice on her mind, There was truth, there was beauty, There was hope for all mankind…" It's an honest collection of songs with a lot of heart.
"Now It's Personal" was recorded and engineered by Fox in his Boca studio. He played keyboards and guitars, sang all the vocal parts, and designed the full CD package.
Fox's career spans a few decades in the music business. It includes a charted single, a Top Ten Dance Club Hit, Clio and Telly Awards, music for the "Killer Tomatoes" movies, network promos, and themes for CBS.
The songs from "Now It's Personal" will be available for licensing through Fox's publishing company, Foxalot Music, http://www.foxalotmusic.com. To preview the full CD and learn more about his other projects, visit Wire Duck Records, http://www.wireduck.com. All of Neal Fox's CDs are available at cdbaby.com, iTunes and other popular places.