Singer/Songwriter JT Spangler Celebrates Release of First Full Length Album
Nashville-based soul-pop singer/songwriter JT Spangler (http://jtspangler.com/) celebrates the release of his album What's A Little Heartbreak, which seamlessly blends in the influences of Motown, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and '90s pop/soul stars Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men and Babyface.
The highly-anticipated release has already caught the attention of Shakefire, which praised "...the spectacular use of horns and the simple, effective song lyrics...Best of luck getting the title track out of your head."
The album, the multi-talented singer/songwriter's first full length release after establishing himself as a popular recording and touring DIY artist via the EPs Love Songs For No One (2007), The Vienna Circle Sessions (2009) and Songs for the Holidays (2010), was produced by Stephen Gause, a former top touring tech for Contemporary Christian greats like Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman who has produced, mixed, and engineered for hundreds of country artists and singer songwriters. Gause's studio credits include Kathy Mattea, Nathan Angelo and Derek Stroker.
Spangler recorded What's a Little Heartbreak with some of Nashville's top session cats, including guitarist Gary Burnette (Etta James, Taylor Swift, Chris Tomlin) and keyboardist Tim Lauer (Brad Paisley, The Band Perry, Brooks & Dunn).
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