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Erica Stone tells about her amazing journey with her new Album, “Antidote”

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Sometimes life doesn’t always move smoothly. There are bumps in the road, and for each one of us, the movements are different but the results are the same. That’s what Erica Stone is saying on her newly released Album, “Antidote”. Erica is not new to the music scene. She did however take a break for a while after her own life took a turn in another direction, and it led her down another path. Erica is back to tell the story, the journey, and the road she is taking now. Her song “Lies,” along with a newly released video, takes you along for the ride, you can feel it just like it happened. “I keep telling you lies and I don’t know why”. Maybe she was closing some doors that were too painful to open or let go. What a strong song this is, taking back a life that went in a direction that she did not expect. It has also led her back to her first passion, music, and with each experience in her life, she can tell you the process through her songs.

The lyrics in the song, “keeping you on the outside” and “You want inside my head”, are so perfect for each one of us, sometimes we just want to conquer the problem ourselves, and when we are ready, we will let you in and feel that emotion within us. I can’t wait to hear about the rest of Erica’s journey through her songs. Her next video to be released will be her song “Glasshouse”, I am waiting anxiously to continue the journey with her. It is all very relatable, no matter what road your own life takes you down.

Follow Erica and her journey: https://www.ericastone.net/



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Robin Beers
Hi, Im Robin. I have been a music groupie/follower, since the '70s (showing my age). Gr0wing up in Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y. there was not a lot of Country music playing on the airways. I always found a way to seek out the country side of my youth, Marshall Tucker Band, Poco, Charlie Daniels, Johnny Cash, and my absolute all time favorite, Dwight Yoakam. The list goes on. (of course my disco friends, never knew this,) Moving to Florida in the early 1980's was awesome! There was more than one Country radio station on FM!! I discovered the greats like Tanya Tucker, Sammy Kershaw, Marty Stuart, Travis Tritt, Randy Travis. Line dancing every weekend, I was in heaven!! There is so much great talent out there now, its exciting and they are extremely innovative with their craft. I look forward to each time a new song and album are released. My son is a bass player and has moved to Nashville to pursue his dream of being a touring musician, and he is on the road right now. I guess you can say it runs in the family. :) So now I get the chance to visit the home of country music, Nashville!!! I love reaching out to the up and comers here in FLorida, there is so much amazing talent. This is not just a job, but a passion!!! Robin
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