Inception 67

INCEPTION 67

Randy Bishop & Steve Burdette

 

Randy Bishop and Steve Burdette started making music in the late 1960’s, starting as most young musicians do…playing in garages and basements in their hometown of Huntington W.Va. Randy dazzled fans with his masterful guitar work in such notable bands as United Sound and the Fifth Row while Steve electrified audiences on keyboards in the Mixed Emotions.

Ironically, Steve and Randy never played together in the same band but did have one public performance together in 1970 at a local nightclub.  They were asked to sit in with the band on stage and proceeded to rock the house.

Many years later, the lifelong friends decided to rekindle their musical collaboration by writing new, original material and recording the songs under the name, Inception 67.  Inception 67’s music is recorded in two separate studios in Atlanta Ga. and Daytona Beach, Fl. then professionally mixed and mastered. The two performers have recorded one cover song, “Get Over It” by The Eagles. However, their primary goal is to produce original music in the blues/rock, and rock genres. Their current catalog contains approximately two dozen new songs.

The finished recordings are a collaborative effort that combines the songwriting and musical skills of both Randy and Steve. Although the distance between the two studios is nearly 500 miles, new technology allows these two songwriters to work completely in sync to produce intricate recordings with multi-instrument tracks that have a classic vibe.   Their music can be bluesy, reflective, or rockin’ to the max.   Whichever you prefer, we suggest you turn up the volume and enjoy the music of Inception 67!

 

Website

www.inception67.com

 

Bandcamp store

https://inception67.bandcamp.com/

 

YouTube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj_c_62Em1bR-6lBiEba7qw

 

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/Inception67/

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Kolade Olamide

I am a poet , writer, beat maker, chef, songwriter, web designer, music promoter,digital marketer, blogger and director.

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