Paul Guzzone | Light At the EOL

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Light At the EOL

by Paul Guzzone

Light@theEOL (Light at The end Of The Line) is inspired by the current political climate and channels the frustration of everyone who is trying to separate truth from "truthiness."
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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When I released this song as a single and posted a lyrics video I hoped that some people would listen and read and think. Some people did more than that. They posted, FB'd and emailed me about it. Still others phoned me directly. But two people went beyond the call and offered to do a live-action video to give the song more juice.

I was knocked out by their offer and I'm delighted to be posting the results of their efforts -- the official music video. I want to thank Pattie and Alexandra Simone for their support, talent, input and energy in making this happen. And I'd like to send very special thanks to the friends and fans from the U.S. and around the world who went out of their way to help me illustrate the lyrics with their own special appearances.

The message of the song is still the same. At a time when we need leaders more than ever, what we're getting instead are salesmen who offer us slogans instead of solutions. Inspired by the current political climate Light@theEOL (Light at the End of the Line) channels the frustration of everyone who is trying to separate truth from "truthiness."



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