Project Grand Slam, the celebrated band that plays an original fusion of Rock and Jazz with a twist of Latin, led by acclaimed leader/bassist/composer Robert Miller, announces the release of a new single, “The Fall Of Winter”.
The song is a collaboration between Robert (music) and legendary rocker Jim Peterik (lyrics/vocal). Jim has had a number of massive hits including “Vehicle” for the Ides Of March and “Eye Of The Tiger” for Survivor, which became the theme song for Sylvester Stallone’s movie Rocky III. He’s also written hit songs for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cheap Trick, Brian Wilson and others.
The recording features a solo by renowned guitarist Elliott Randall (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers), who played the unforgettable solo in Steely Dan’s hit “Reelin’ In The Years”, and keyboard work by Tony Carey (Joe Cocker/Eric Burden).
Says Robert: “I envisioned the song as a kind of Blue Collar anthem about a guy who works the midnight shift at a steel mill or factory but dreams of a better life.” Adds Jim: “It’s about being true to yourself”.
Reviews of “The Fall Of Winter” include: “A Triumph!” (The Indie Source) and “Flexes Real Rock Muscle!” (Celebrity Zone).
The song debuted on a Special Episode of Robert’s Top Ranked podcast “Follow Your Dream” featuring Jim, Elliott and Tony. Listen here. And a lyric video was released on YouTube. Watch below. The song is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple, Amazon and all the other major streaming services.
About Project Grand Slam
Project Grand Slam has released 11 celebrated albums including a Billboard #1. The band has millions of video views and streams. PGS has performed at festivals and concerts around the world and opened for Edgar Winter, Blues Traveler, Boney James and Mindi Abair.
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