Go It Alone

Go It Alone

Drew Harrison

In 1997, after the unfortunate break-up of TED302, depressed, I decided to head to Galway, Ireland to busk alone across Europe, to start from scratch, to just sing a song, and find my joy in making music again. I shipped my batch of our recently completed CD (about 700 CDs) to Galway, Ireland to sing them and sell them on European street corners, making my way eventually to the Czech Republic. Life began anew for me there. I played a lot of festivals, made a lot of friends, and wrote new songs. Some of the best times of my life. I returned to the States eventually and recorded "Go It Alone". I call it my "busking album". It's just a my voice, an acoustic guitar, and those songs I sang for my supper with across Europe, the US, and in Central America. Hope you'll enjoy a listen. They are for download sale here, if interested. I am grateful.

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2020 Hindsight

New Religion

WEBSITE: www.newreligionband.com

NEW RELIGION - 2020 Hindsight

From 1985-1989 I was with an original group called New Religion. We were a goth-pop band based in the San Francisco-Bay Area. The band featured Mark Blasquez, Andy Blasquez, and me as the core, but many musicians supplemented the project throughout our tenure. We were working on our craft as musicians and songwriters, influenced by many 80s bands such as Gene Loves Jezebel, The Police, Depeche Mode, The Smiths, U2, Cocteau Twins, Brian Eno, Tones on Tail, Killing Joke, Public Image, Ltd., The Producers, Love & Rockets, Peter Murphy, etc.; but also anchored in old supergroups like The Beatles, Elton John, Van Halen, etc. The 1980s were a great time for music!

In 1988, we released a small EP self titled New Religion, and performed live from 1986 to 1989. The band made it to headliner status by January of 1989 but life's galactic forces pulled us apart by mid-year. Nothing tragic or dramatic there. We've remained great friends and worked together over the years. When the COVID-19 virus hit, we decided to have some fun and bring the New Religion project back to life - remotely, of course. We're calling this project New Religion - Hindsight 2020 and have re-recorded acoustic versions of songs from our 1988 EP.

The songs and other merchandise items are available for purchase on the New Religion website: www.newreligion.band

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The Honesty Convention

TED 302

Drew Harrison
Scott Brainard
Kevin Hedges
Chris Weinress
Ray Merrill

Produced by Keith Olson & Troy Luccketta

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