Don’t be stunned if you happen to lookup the phrase “prolific” within the dictionary, and there’s a photograph of singer songwriter Ron Brunk there. ‘5 Lights’ is the primary of three singles we’re going to overview as we speak, and we are able to assure it received’t be the final.
Ron Brunk grew up in West Virginia, ingesting together with his meals the tales of the native coal-miners, in addition to the Yankee folks tales, poetry, and good quaint rock’n’roll. Ron would usually skip class and as an alternative go to the library, the place he educated himself by studying the classics, and in so doing, realized all in regards to the human truths inside their pages. He memorised lots of of chords on a guitar that his father despatched to him, and rapidly realized the way to set lyrics to music.
Ron Brunk’s songs inform the tales which might be widespread to all of us; his music is written from the tales of his personal life.
Already with 20 plus albums beneath his belt, and genres that go from folks, to rock, to digital, and nation, but Ron Brunk continues to be capable of finding new methods to specific himself.
The primary of three tracks we’re writing about as we speak, ‘5 Lights’ is only one of many thought-provoking songs from his huge catalogue. The music riffs on a theme that’s to be present in Ray Bradbury’s traditional, ‘Fahrenheit 451’, that of internally revolting when the world calls for we undergo the “truths” it’s constructed. If the world says there are, for instance, “5 lights”, we should maintain to the reality that we all know, that there are literally solely 4.
The music video for ‘5 Lights’ brings collectively struggle footage in addition to high-tech imagery, as Brunk explores what can occur once we permit ourselves to disclaim what we personally consider.