DIFFERENT DRUMMERS: New Album

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: John Kline
Phone: 2516809261
Email: klinejp@comcast.net

MOBILE, AL – Doctor John Kline has been busy working in his guiTARDIS. The result is a timy wimy CD that has cuts recorded, and never before released, over the past decade. This release (CD and digital download formats) marks John’s sixth independently produced CD, “Different Drummers,” that was released just days after his Christmas CD (365 Days of Christmas). Both albums are available in CD and Digital Download format through the usual indy outlets via CD Baby, who does an awesome job of distributing your music for you.

Since his critically acclaimed “Instrumental Conditioning” CD in 2006 and “I of the Storm” in 2010, John has been honing skills on other instruments besides guitar. On “Different Drummers” and “I of the Storm,” John plays keyboards, drums, recorder, violin, harmonica, and sings. Indeed, on the Christmas CD he sings “O Holy Night” and “White Christmas.” His project studio is self-contained, and handles everything from recording to mastering.

John’s passion for music is fueled by his spirituality, and he “feels closest to God” when he is composing or performing. John balances his musical endeavors with a private practice, where as a Clinical Psychologist he helps people learn to cope with mental illness and live happier and more productive lives. His music is a bit hard to classify. His influences are many, and his stylistic boundaries broad. If you like Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani, and Steve Vai, you will probably like John’s music. Fans of Pink Floyd, Journey, and Queen also tend to like him.

Doctor John Kline is an independent solo artist who does everything from writing and recording the music to designing the packaging, and yes, even writing this silly press release. Well, he does almost everything on this CD. On the title track, Michael Arata played the drums. “Music is like therapy to me. Its power to inspire, heal, and soothe is well known. I hope that you enjoy this music, and find it inspirational, healing, or in some way, soothing”