Is a blend of Rock & Roll and Americana music. Wyatt Pauley has toured the world and made his wildest dreams come true through music. Wyatt emerged from the South Florida music scene in the Early 90’s in the pop group Linear. Achieving a Billboard top 5 single with Sending All My Love, which was certified Gold in the US & Platinum, Colombia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Chile, and the Philippines. Wyatt recorded and toured with King Bria, opening for bands
like Hootie and the Blowfish and Brother Cane, and reunited in SoKo.

Steve Styles Multi-instrumentalist whom Started with linear in January of 1990, playing bass guitar, on the road with linear, after linear second album, Wyatt & Steve recorded and produced Ray Guell artist on Big Beat Records/Atlantic and helped record “The Best of Wyatt And Friends” for Hot Productions in Miami,Fla.

Drew Jarvie Drew formed the Delerium Trees after Perfect Stranger split up in 2001. He has created a unique soundscape based on his brass band and classical training, combined with various rock styles from his musical travels. Through the years, he has appeared with Nazareth, Huw Lloyd-Langton (Hawkwind), Then Jerico, Man and most recently Gavin Sutherland, providing the brass on several albums. Steve has mainly played for local bands in the North East of
Scotland.

JAM-TAKO his music is so highly influenced by the 70’s~ modern rock music. Each member love R&R, Blues, Country, Folk, R&B etc, Deeply rooted by American traditional music.
JAM-TAKO creates original songs which produce with something new idea to essential R&R music.

Where are you based?
, I’m based in South Florida Boca Raton to be exact living in Paradise, I live 8 miles from the beach I’ve been a Florida native 35 years, I was born in Ecuador, I lived in Lima Peru for the first ten years of my life and then came to the United States coming to the United States was not a culture shock because we’ve lived all over before we even got here I spoke to different languages by the time I was 11.

How long have you been making music?
I’ve been making music professionally since I was 20 years old when I met Tolga, and Charlie pennacchio oh basically taught me how to put songs together and I joined Tolga’s group. I start a recording with these guys and then I haven’t stopped, Tolga and that way was like my teacher I learned everything from him from programming the song riding to the formula of Pop songwriting,

What genre would you consider your music to be?
I simply call my music Americana music because of all the bands that have been in and the music that I like it’s a hybrid of everything depending on the news that I mean what I’m writing about, for many years I stayed away from pop songs and try to write just what I feel and what I think as the man says write what you know about correct so my music come straight from my heart and soul in my mind, it’s an Escape From the formula I was just talkin about about writing pop songs love songs after doing that for so many years with Atlantic records, I kind of didn’t want to do that anymore

What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
What inspired me to be a musician and have a career in it that’s a funny question my father work for the CIA for many years we did not know of course, so after finding this out many years later I got recruited by the Navy oh, I know it’s comical of course I went and seen it through because my father wanted me to so I passed it every single test they had and I passed the ASWAB Test , with high numbers I was going to enter the Navy as an E2 which meant I was flagged to be an officer, send the very last day when I went to go take the physical I changed my mind father of courses Wicked mad so you said you’re off to University to learn music so at least you can be a teacher LOL so I became a music Major instead.

What are your biggest musical influences?
as far as music influences as a 16 year old man I want to see Van Halen for the first time I said I want to do that, and that’s what inspired me but the music that I’ve listened to I listen to Shooter Jennings Waylon Jennings The Outlaws, Wilco Jeff Tweedy Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers The Allman Brothers Lynyrd Skynyrd and of course the Black Crowes and my favorite producer Butch Walker most of these bands are from the south where I come from

Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?
yes I am signed to a record label in the UK In-Ex Records, we had a single called Five Fingers. That got tons of air play on internet radio. So she noticed it , when she asked me are you signed to anybody I said no said can you send me some music then I told her Sure! I proceeded to tell a lot about me, and then we got a deal and I’ve been with the inex records.UK , ever since very happy being on that label it gives me creative freedom, which is nice which I never got to experience being signed to a major record label I keep you in that box if you understand everything I’ve been telling you she doesn’t allow me to be in that box which is great

What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
trying to build with my brand as a real musician after leaving linear I wanted nothing to do with that for many years, so I went and recorded and financed by myself the songs my daughter gave me and I finally made it into a band after myself instead of being in other bands for so many years and I know what happens to them the name goes away the band goes away and that’s that so that purely came out necessity

How many songs or albums have you released to date?
Truly up-to-date going back I’ve made at least 15 albums with four different bands and addition to playing another people’s records to which I can’t recall how many I’ve done but the recent one I’ve done is for the Delerium trees or album called storms on the moon I played guitar dobro mandolin Bass to help my friend truly an incredible keyboard piano virtuoso not exaggerated by far Professor Drew jarvie a professor at the University of Scotland for music a very dear friend of mine and I also play would a band called Jam Tako from Tokyo , we did EP together called from Florida to Tokyo.

Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
elaborating on my new album EP rather there’s a sound on their called friend of the friend if they’re all about the people that you me and they all say they have a friend of a friend I can help you out going back to one of your other questions that’s how I met Pauline Smith

Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
I plan to go back and the new year sometime early to the UK and promote this new EP . “The long road back” 2022 looks to be an interesting year, as also linear wants to tour in 2022 that’s going to be a juggling act like always but I wouldn’t have it any other way believe it or not I do better when I’m rushed and stressed going to keep me going when you’re in it I love going to Station to Station in playing live and talking to all the jocks it’s just good stuff I enjoy everything about the music industry I still to this day just love to produce a good record when you do it you know you just know when you hit something spot-on you know you’re onto something. So hey go pick up the long road back you will not be disappointed you want to hear real music with real words about real situations without any fluff that would be me…… thank you Wyatt Pauley

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