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Deep Sea Wishing

by Jay Garrigan

Jay Garrigan, whose voice has been compared to a mix of Rob Halford, Freddie Mercury, and Jeff Buckley, writes skewed, confessional rock/pop songs. Jay performs solo, leads The Eyebrows, and has been a member of Temperance League.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Seven Horses Seven Ships
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2. We Are Not Alone
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3. Let It Go
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4. Maybe I Should Thank You
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5. White Roses
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6. Imaginary Jumpsuit
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7. Hard Wired
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8. Unsatisfied
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Jay Garrigan, whose voice has been compared to a mix of Rob Halford, Freddie Mercury and Jeff Buckley, writes skewed, confessional rock/pop songs and currently performs them with his band The-Eyebrows. Also, Jay constantly records solo material and occasionally produces other bands in his Stealth Kitty Studio.

His quirky, left-of-center lyrics and edgy, manic live shows helped win deals with major (RCA) and indie (Spectra Records) labels. In addition to leading The Eyebrows, he is also a noted guitarist, bassist and keyboardist in several Charlotte original rock outfits, and has played keys and sometimes bass in Temperance League, who just put out their their fifth record.

Consistently, Jay Garrigan has been a member of some of Charlotte, North Carolina's most beloved and highly regarding acts during the height of their success, including 2nd Skin, Violet Strange (RCA, Esker), Laburnum (Deep South Records), Virginia Reel, Transmission Fields (Spectra Records), Poprocket, Garrigan (Spectra Records) and Temperance League.

Jay's music resume includes many working relationships with music legends. Jay Garrigan has recorded songs with Ed Stasium (Living Color, Ramones, David Bowie), Steve Haigler (Pixies, Scrawl, Throwing Muses), Brian Malouf (Pearl Jam, Madonna, Michale Jackson), Jeff Tomai (Hole, Smashing Pumpkins), Mitch Easter (REM, Let's Active, Pavement, Squirrel Nut Zippers), Clint Steele (Swans, Mary My Hope) and local producers Joe Kuhlman and Chris Garges. Jay's bands have opened for Alabama Shakes, Posies, R.Ring, Pavement, Cracker, Love Language, Wanda Jackson, Bob Seger, Badfinger, B-52s, Indigo Girls, Depeche Mode, Five-Eight and Melissa Etheridge.

These songs originally appeared on a release by an indie record label, but the label never delivered on the marketing, promotion, radio and retail promises that lured him to sign. Nor did Jay see a dime of record sales.

Deep Sea Wishing is now released with the originally intended artwork (by his wife, Jenn) and songs. "The label that put this record out originally wanted to include all of my previously published songs, and the new material got buried. Hindsight is usually 20/20 in the rear-view mirror, and these songs have a central theme that ties them together. I didn't want these songs to just disappear. I think these songs have a cohesive message and vibe, and I'm happy to put these songs out on my own" says Jay.



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