New Album Release
|05/06/17||Grasonville, MD||Big Owl Tiki Bar||United States|
|Time: 7:00pm. Address: 3015 Kent Narrows Way South. Venue phone: 410-827-6523. Solo Unplugged|
|06/01/17||Grasonville, MD||Big Owl Tiki Bar||United States|
|Time: 2:00pm. Address: 3015 Kent Narrows Way South. Venue phone: 410-827-6523. Solo Unplugged|
|06/02/17||Grasonville, MD||Red Eye’s Dock Bar||United States|
|Time: 3:30pm. Address: 428 Kent Narrow Way North. Venue phone: (410) 827-3937. Solo Unplugged|
|06/10/17||Grasonville, MD||Red Eye’s Dock Bar||United States|
|Time: 2:00pm. Address: 428 Kent Narrow Way North. Venue phone: (410) 827-3937. Solo Unplugged|
As one reviewer from Audiokite put it, “I like his voice, it is soothing. The lyrics are interesting and thoughtful. It is more than just a song, it is like a story. I think the whole package (song, voice, lyrics etc) is an experience, not just something you play in the background and not pay attention to. I really enjoyed the song.” In short, if you are a fan of legendary bands such as Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice In Chains, and others like them, J. Coursey Willis is a must have for your collection.
As a special thank you, J. Coursey Willis is giving away THREE rare acoustic demos from his personal collection. Just enter your name and email address in the “Free Download + Newsletter” form and you will immediately be sent the download link to the FREE tracks. You will also start recieving the J. Coursey Willis Newsletter filled with recent news, show updates, and special discounts.
“Great Song!This track has great potential has a hit maker, first, the lyrics in the song have meaning, the track also has a strong back beat as the song progresses, the intro sets the song up with the acoustic guitar, then there’s a little metal guitar inter woven in the song to give the song the ability to meet the country, and rock genres.”- ReverbNation
“If Jim Morrison and Alanis Morissette had a child, he may have been this performer. Unlike the previous song I heard by Willis, “Fools” allows the drama to build far more naturally, and that allows the chorus, the verses, the production, and all elements shine in their own way. Nothing here is fighting for my attention, and the musicianship is totally solid. The “na na na” soliloquy gives me chills!”- AudioKite