This particular release points me in the direction of Nashville which is where I got noticed by Grammy nominee Dave Moody of the Moody Brothers and Lamon Records Nashville, I will begin working with Lamon in early 2018.
Episode #542: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2017/12/07/episode-542-ava-live-radio-behind-the-music-with-jacqueline-jax
Interview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio
Band Name: Wes Romaniuk and the Ruff Country Band
Wes Romaniuk (Rhythm Guitar, lead Vocals)
Jamie Mymko (Lead Guitar, Vocals)
Calvin Skead (Bass, Mandolin, Vocals)
Greg Coombs (Harmonica, Vocals)
Tom Cunningham (Drums)
New Single: The Blame
This song is about…
The Blame is about a bad relationship and having to leave because of it and getting blamed for all that went wrong the song was drawn from my one life experience with My ex-wife.
Link to play:: http://www.wesromaniuk.com/
My music is…
Heart felt and mostly drawn from real life experience and the focus of the band is country music but we are hitting the blues genre as well as the classic rock genre most of our original music touches on all of these.
How do you think this release represents your current direction..
this particular release points me in the direction of Nashville which is where I got noticed by Grammy nominee Dave Moody of the Moody Brothers and Lamon Records Nashville, I will begin working with Lamon in early 2018.
Where do you create your music?
I own many guitars but my favorite for song writing guitar is a cheap low level epiphone so I pick the guitar up string a few chords together, I then work the set of chords for a few days sometimes months until inspiration strikes, I start fitting lyrics together drawn mostly from life experience. I’m also inspired by phrases I Hear like old saying and such and most of the time I get a song out of it, some good and some not so good. I usually recycle the not so good ones and make them better.
How do you stay focused and balance creating with life..
I have a hectic life, I operate a pub for a living and our pub is music based so I’m never to far from the music so it’s a fairly easy balance.
What piece of music advice forever changed your way of thinking?
“Do it for the love of the music” it’s something my father use to say before he passed away.
I live in…
I live in a town called Kenora, Canada the music scene her is rich but mostly peoples hobby more than it is their life I do frequently travel to Nashville and stay in a town called Goodlettsville which is 10 miles from downtown Nashville and the music scene anywhere in the south is rich and fantastic.
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