The live footage is from the gig on Sunday at the Livingroom At 35 with Michael Gilbert Ronstadt & Debra Lee.
Described as 'rock’n the extreme folk', the song is a rallying cry for over-worked and lorded-over ordinary citizens, over-burdened by the daily worries and stresses of early 21st century life looming over a collective survival. 'Zero Emission Musician' Rick Denzien’s zeal drives an acoustic guitar and vocal style, like an early protest era anthem, iconic for this moment in history. CMJ charting artist top 200 airplay with Exit 21 CD.
Artist: Rick Denzien
Song Title: Go Out and Play
Digital UPC: 191773303921
Release Live in stores now
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Sound Cloud Channel: http://www.SoundCloud.com/RickDenzien
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Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RickDenzien
YouTube Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/RickDenzien
YouTube Mix: https://youtu.be/hNK16tOW_ek (Live - Various)
YouTube Song: https://youtu.be/42EBpcm4oQQ (Go Out and Play)
YouTube Song: https://youtu.be/zRXffny9SWU (TsaI)
YouTube Song: https://youtu.be/Fnl_JMsJ5Rc (Radiate)
YouTube Song: https://youtu.be/XyKpGgZON1o (Grind)
YouTube Song: https://youtu.be/WIeIiIYF_Kg (Casual Affairs)
Live Gig: https://youtu.be/5DAXmaRDhTk
CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/denzien
Itunes Album Link: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1264...
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/a...
Artist Site: http://www.RickDenzien.com
Drums: Chuck Treece
Bass: Chad Watson
Vocals Acoustic Guitar, Percussion & Keys: Rick Denzien
Lead Guitar: Allen James
B3 & Rhodes: Howie Q. Gordon III
Backing Vocals: Debra Lee, Lyra Project, Lisa Popeil
Percussion: Lou DeLise
Recording Engineers: Rick Denzien, Eddie Hedges, Lou DeLise
Mix: Rick Denzien
Mastering: Frank Arkwright Abbey Road Studios, London
Recording Studios: Bah-fo-Studio.com, Ambler, PA
Native Music Studio, Los Angles, CA
Photo: Lauren Lyons
“Extremely original, excellent project! Really good, we love it very much and we will support it. Entry in our digital bouquet, on the French and Russian antennas of NETRADIO (http://www.netradio.fr) and On the City Radio. We are particularly interested in broadcasting other Rick Denzien titles on our stations! 6/6 Stars”
- Christophe Marcy - NETRADIO
'Go Out and Play' is infectious... IN A VERY, VERY GOOD WAY!! I played it while I was shaving this morning and wound up singing the chorus all freeken day! Love this tune!
- Chris DiGangi Artist Activist, Founder-The Post Folk Fest Fester's Fest & Owner of The Rebel Lounge, former WXPN fm Special Producer
Catchy tune! Rick Denzien writes a very pertinent song that is very “in” with the times right now. The melody and vocals are reminiscent of Peter Gabriel. ‘Go Out and Play’s strong hook will be playing in your head over and over. Five thumbs up!
- Eddie Hedges Engineer, Producer, drummer & founding member of the Platinum recording group Blessid Union of Souls.
Political Party Quotes:
“As ‘Go Out and Play’ starts, the ambient keyboard is striking. When the vocals kick in, the messages of freedom are unquestionably inspiring. The hook is killer and the song has a great vibe with slammin’ guitar solo. This song makes you want to play it again!”
- Brian Ostrander, MONTCO Green Party Chairman
From the deep, cold and dark of Buffalo, NY comes an artist - Rick Denzien. In his own words: ''Fate is sometimes like being stuck behind a snow plow on the thruway, in the middle of a raging blizzard, on black ice covered by pack snow whilst driving at 65 mph… never being able to see more than 20 feet ahead, ignoring basic physics. Idiotic blind faith, stupid, an accident waiting to happen… but in Western New York we called it Winter driving – fate.'
'Driving blind can be the greatest teacher as it takes us to new, raw un-processed edges - like when the blade of the steel plow sparks against the frozen road, that’s where we can find salvation or, crazed, we smash into the ass end of a truck, driven by an over worked, underpaid NY-DOT worker