Northern Irish rocker Cormac Neeson has announced details of his inaugural solo project.
The Answer frontman’s solo album is called ‘White Feather’ and he will start recording it in Nashville, Tennessee in January 2018.
The album will be produced by Bob Seger guitarist Blue Miller at his own Tennessee studio and it will embrace a variety of genres including Americana, county, Irish folk and Delta blues.
According to the blurb promoting the album: ‘Through a series of crafted, introspective songs, Neeson will deliver a fantastic new sound, drawing heavily on his deeply personal experiences of upheaval and seismic change over the last number of years.’
Cormac himself says of the project: “This is obviously a first for me and means I have to take a short break from The Answer activity.
“I have had the great opportunity to write with some of Nashville’s finest writers and artists over the last 12 months and these collaborations have added a vibrancy and focus that will give this album its own unique identity.”
Set for release in late 2018, you can pre-order the album via Pledge Music right now – all pre-orders come with an instant grat download of ‘Whole Again’ on MP3 or FLAC.
As always with Pledge Music campaigns, packages vary in price from a £12 CD album to a £3,000 Nashville Studio Experience to see Cormac at work in the studio.