Audiobook and Video Trailer Music Licensed

I’m excited to announce that awesomely talented Portland artists will be contributing the music for the Senseless Confidential audiobook due out this spring, as well as for the video trailer that will soon be used to promote all editions of the book. My friends Joe Seamons and Ben Larsen have recently signed licensing agreements for their songs: “Nature’s Gospel,” written by Joe, and “Flown Away,” written by Ben.

Both tunes are performed by the Renegade Stringband of Portland, Oregon, featuring both Joe and Ben, as well as my friends Gavin Duffy, Ben Hunter, Jessica Jarris, Austin Moore, and Max Kutzman.

Check out sample clips of both tracks below.

Nature’s Gospel sample

Flown Away sample

Click here to buy the Renegade Stringband CD, “One Thing After Another,” on which these tracks appear.

Learn more about the Renegade Stringband, featuring Joe Seamons, Ben Hunter, Jessica Jarris, Gavin Duffy, Austin Moore, and Max Kutzman here.

Learn more about Ben Larsen and his band Giraffe Dodgers, featuring Austin Moore, Rowan Cobb, and Forest Carter here.

Click here to buy the Giraffe Dodgers self-titled first CD.


About Martin Bannon Beaudet

Actor, Screenwriter, Novelist, Director, Producer Author of the political thriller By A Thread: A tale of truth, trust, and betrayal Author of the psychological thriller Losing Addison @AuthorMartyB on Twitter …/author.marty.beaudet on Facebook Author of the book "Senseless: Confidential" @Martin_Bannon on Twitter …/author.martin.bannon on Facebook

Posted on March 21, 2013, in Novel. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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