Pop-Rock Singer-Songwriter Jonathan Cavier Releases Cheap Trick Cover āThe Flameā
Online PR News – 06-October-2016 – Los Angeles, CA, October 06, 2016 – Pop singer-songwriter Jonathan Cavier has released his version of the classic Cheap Trick song āThe Flameā available now on iTunes and other major retail outlets. This single is part of the new āCavier Coversā series in which Jonathan covers songs that are important to his musical life. The first song in the Cavier Covers series is a faithful rendition of Duran Duranās āSave a Prayerā also available now.
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Jonathan Cavier has always been a fan of Cheap Trick and their music has influenced his own in a variety of ways. One subtle page that Jonathan has taken out of the Cheap Trick book is the use of a twelve-string bass on his debut solo album Premier, which was released earlier this year. Tom Peterson, bassist for Cheap Trick, is well known for playing a twelve-string bass, and is even credited as the brainchild behind the instrumentās creation in 1977. As the second song in the Cavier Covers series, āThe Flameā gives Cavier a unique chance to highlight this instrument that is so important to the sound of his original music.
Cavier has also recently released a performance video for his new studio song āPromiseā, which appears on Premier. The video shows Jonathan in his studio, performing the song with his signature twelve-string acoustic guitar and keyboard setup. You can view the video along with vlogs from Jonathan about various topics on his YouTube channel.
About Jonathan Cavier:
Originally from Northern California, Cavier (pronounced ācav-AIRā) has been based in Phoenix, AZ for several years and up until recently was performing as Alan Clark in atmospheric pop duo EyeTalk. Over the course of ten years and five albums, this venture saw Cavierās music reach audiences as far-flung as Italy, the UK, and Australia. After five albums and hundreds of shows played throughout the US, Cavier has reimagined himself and has formed a new musical identity on his debut solo album Premier. In addition to his musical endeavors, Cavier is a semi-professional tennis player and a member of the USTA and IFT. Cavier says that practicing and playing in tournaments is like āthe fountain of youth.ā
For more information, to request an interview, or for a review copy of āThe Flameā, āSave a Prayerā, or āPremierā