John Berry heeft onlangs de EP “Thomas Road” uitgebracht die vernoemd is naar de straat waar hij opgroeide in Decatur, GA. en waar door zijn passie en liefde voor muziek zijn wens werd om artiest te worden.
“I was fortunate to grow up in a home where music was always celebrated. The sounds of gospel, classical, country or pop were always present, but it was the latter years of elementary school into high school that were a significant time for me. Carole King wove “Tapestry,” John Denver came down a “Country Road,” Cat Stevens rode in on a ” Peace Train” and I began playing the guitar,” stated John Berry in the liner notes. “Listening to a white AM radio on the shop table in my dad’s garage helped me to dream bigger than who I was. The music drew me in and I had to be a part of it… it was a part of me. With my dad’s encouragement and help, we built a little studio in the basement of our house and I recorded my first four albums there. The fire inside me grew. I am beyond grateful for the inspiration I found in family, friends and music on Thomas Road. All those memories keep calling me back home to Thomas Road.”
- Thomas Road – John Berry / Barry Weeks
2. Richest Man – John Berry / Liz Hengber / Will Robinson
3. Heavin’ Comin’ Down – John Wiggins / Bob Moffatt / Clint Moffatt
4. Why Didn’t I – Michael Boggs / Barry Weeks
5 Beautifully Broken – Tiffany Arbuckle Lee / Jenny Slate Lee
6. Don’t Think I Ain’t Country – Bill Anderson / John Berry