Chris Pastore has been writing, singing, performing, and recording music for 25 years in various groups within the northeast. Right out of college, he hit the Baltimore music scene running, fronting and touring with the group Fat Apple in the late 90’s which gave him the chance to meet many amazing musicians during his musical journey. Now, he’s getting ready to release his first album in a decade in January entitled Turn the Music Up Loud.
His most recent single from his forthcoming album, “Yearbook Quotes,” is a fun and whimsical country song with Jason Aldean sound and a Toby Keith “Red Solo Cup” vibe to it. This song is all about finding the fun in life and in ourselves. He sings “You ain’t seen the last of me and the best is yet to come,” inspiring a message to be unapologetically you. Inspired by the ongoing pandemic, this song is suppose to be humorous and a little raunchy. The goal is to let your spirit free, especially when it’s been a stressful couple of years.
Chris Pastore shares on the song, saying “Music, like life can can sometimes get a little too heavy, (ie 2020), We needed a song to take the edge off a bit, something to laugh at, something to celebrate, call it for what it is, a party singalong. Sure people went a little bat SH$% crazy during COVID, and hence the idea for ‘Yearbook Quotes!’ A whimsical play on words, innuendo, a little hypocrisy and good old fashion fun!
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