It’s not uncommon for indie artists to cite The Beatles as primary musical influences--but the San Diego singer/songwriter Trent Hancock is breaking nationally with his solo EP debut, Ghostbird, which uniquely weaves the Fab Four’s style into some of his tracks. Hancock’s love for the Beatles, NYC, and his new material would served him well a few months later after moving to Brooklyn, when he impressed Los Angeles’ producers Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, Five For Fighting and OneRepublic) and his partner Andrew Williams (Hope, Angel Taylor, Colbie Caillat and Five For Fighting) with his new music vision. The two producers immediately asked Hancock to fly L.A. to work the singer’s new project. He was excited for the opportunity to work with Williams and Blue, who helmed Colbie Caillait’s double platinum debut Coco LISTEN TO THE ARTIST www.trenthancock.com www.itunes.com/trenthancock https://www.facebook.com/trenthancockmusic No Cover but Tips are Graciously accepted! See you at The Wine Lover Where Great Music & Great Times Meet.
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