Los Angeles, CA (September 2011) – DREAM RECORDS artist, Submission Red releases their debut album, Vision Tour, an enthusiastic and rock orientated group of 10 heart felt and inspiring songs along with their single, “Inside” burning up the charts upon it’s debut.
Ben Kasica of the group, SKILLET, produced Vision Tour. The group’s unique sound of infusing big guitars with female fronted vocal hooks makes Submission Red different from the start. Coming off the top 20 Rock charts for their last single, “Ticking Clock” the group’s next single is called, “Inside”, an emotional song about being close to God during the darkest of times. The song has seen some early success debuting this week as the most added track to Christian Rock Radio.
"Submission Red is excited about the release of our newest album with Dream Records. Vision Tour is a collection of songs that are inspired by friends, foster care children, the abandoned, down and out hearts that have impacted our lives in the past 2 years. And even if that's not you, there is something for everyone on a Submission Red album. Come hear what's on the "Inside" of this band who loves as hard as they rock!”
Dream Music Group (www.DreamMusicGroup.com), the umbrella company for Dream Records, DMG Productions, Dream Merchandise and One Moment Management is quickly making a name for itself providing it’s artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By providing a partnership as a business model it’s seeing it’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message.
Release Date: June 9, 2017 Reviewer: Michael Tackett Rating: 4.5 stars
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ARTICLE Slightly Obsessed #190: A Warbird’s Lesson
On a recent hot July day, we took in an air show in our town. Vintage planes, including a couple of impressive old warbirds, sat majestically on the tarmac for inspection as we darted from wing to wing to find relief from the withering heat.
These planes are still operable, so although some of them were open for people to walk through, the cockpits were off-limits for obvious reasons. No one wanted a tragedy to happen because an unauthorized person tampered with the controls. People who don’t know what they’re doing shouldn’t be in control.