Mike Lepi | I'm Livin On

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I'm Livin On

by Mike Lepi

Real heart-touching songs - performed by the writer... This is REAL life, being sung about by a man who has lived enough to know what to be thankful for. Country music lovers are sure to be moved by these 14 songs.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. I'm Livin On
3:49 $1.50
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2. Have You Ever
3:40 $1.50
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3. Party With You
3:41 $1.50
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4. I Love You More
3:12 $1.50
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5. Best of Friends
3:48 $1.50
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6. If You're Not In Heaven
4:28 $1.50
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7. Never To Late
3:36 $1.50
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8. Too Much Fun
3:17 $1.50
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9. Fallen Hero
3:52 $1.50
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10. Enjoy the Ride
3:36 $1.50
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11. The Internet
4:04 $1.50
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12. Freedom
4:03 $1.50
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13. Never Forget
3:25 $1.50
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14. BONUS TRACK: Christmas Memories
3:40 $1.50
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mike Lepi... (www.MikeLepi.com)

I was born March 5th 1961 in Zanesville, Ohio. The 3rd child of 8, I spent most of my early years growing up on a farm. The country life seemed like the only life there was. My Dad introduced me to music and my brother John was instrumental in my pursuit of music; literally, he bought me my1st guitar. I got married in 1984 to my lovely wife Jodi, and I have 2 children, my son Casey, and my daughter Kadi. I am co-owner of an environmental/general construction company with my brothers, Jim and Jeff.

Musically, I broke my life down in the following manner:

1980’s

In 1980, I moved to Houston, Texas, to pursue a career in law enforcement. While there, I performed at the “Houstonian”. It was a fun tim,e and my first time performing for a group of people. I returned home shortly thereafter. Throughout the 80’s, I made several trips to Nashville in an effort to see what the music scene was all about. Man my eyes were opened.

In 1986, I auditioned for the TV show “You Can Be A Star”. I was selected to be on the show, and in April of 86, I performed. I made several contacts and was asked to come back for any other program on the Nashville Network. For a variety of reasons, I was unable to make the trip.

1990’s

Most of the 90’s I spent writing music in hopes to record. I made a few more trips to Nashville with little interest.

2000’s

In 2005, I recorded some of my music on a demo CD. I worked with several studio musicians in an effort to make a record of the music. Being less than satisfied with the results, I put my music on the back burner.

Present:

In September of 2007, I started a project in Nashville at “The Doghouse” under the direction of professional engineer David Spires. The project is on going with superb results. I am looking forward to completing my first full album. The release is rapidly approaching, and I am very excited! The signature song, “I’m Livin' On” features some of Nashville’s best musicians.

As a musician, I’m an infant, but I plan on growing fast and furious. With the help and support of many friends and family, my goal is to touch the lives of as many people as I can through my music.

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Cheryl Hill

I'm Livin' On
The album kicks off with the title track, I'm Livin' On, and this first song sets the pace for the rest of the album. Through all fourteen tracks, it isn't so much the music as it is the lyrics that grabbed me. All songwriters will tell you their songs are inspired by events in their own lives, or the lives of those close to them, but not all songwriters can clearly convey their lives, lyrically, the way Mike Lepi does on his debut album.
The first three songs are up-tempo tunes that celebrate life and loving but the fourth song slows things down with "I Love You More". Seriously now, is there anyone reading this who hasn't said those exact words to someone they love? "Too Much Fun", which is exactly the right amount of fun, in fact, this is one of my favorite tracks. There is some really good pickin' going on in this song and I love the lyrics.
The next song "Fallen Hero", slows the pace way down. The song is a beautifully written tribute to those who have lost their lives while serving our country as police, fire, or soldiers. The very next track is an uptempo, philosophical tune that urges everyone to "Enjoy the Ride" and this is followed by, "The Internet". This is so cleverly written, and the lyrics are delivered by a smooth pedal steel and anyone who has ever gone online is certain to relate to this song on some level.
There is a bonus track on this album, which means there are fourteen songs in all. The bonus track is a special song he wrote for his wife. The title says it all, "Christmas Memories". The most poignant lyrics refer to the reason we celebrate this holiday. Like all of the songs on this album, you can tell they are written from the heart.
Shortly after finishing his first album, Lepi stated, "As a musician, I’m an infant, but I plan on growing fast and furious. With the help and support of many friends and family, my goal is to touch the lives of as many people as I can through my music."
​After listening to the fourteen tracks on this album, I can honestly say, "mission accomplished."
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