Johnnie Walker Red (single)

by Distorted Signals

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Back in 1994, I wrote my very first song in a band called Zero Down (not to be confused with Jim Cherry's band in 2001). The group was a 3 piece pop punk band that included my friend Masson Fisher on bass and my brother Geoff Dulawan on drums. We never really recorded our material that well. We did track a crappy cassette demo, but none of us knew what the heck we were doing. We could barely play our instruments or arrange a piece of music let alone record songs with any sort of tact. Years later I had the demo transferred to a cd directly from the original cassette. Several bands, handfulls of albums, hundreds of songs, and 21 years later, the music from my first band was mostly forgotten... at least until 2016 when another friend, Larry West, tagged me in a picture he posted on Facebook. The picture was a stereo screenshot of a song that popped up on his Ipod shuffle while driving in his car. It was the very first song I ever wrote with Zero Down titled Johnnie Walker Red. As it so happened, the Zero Down demo made its way on to Larry's Itunes library after I had shared my library with him over a decade ago. Seeing this on Facebook brought back a sea of great memories this week, so I decided to re-track the song and make a video for it under my current project Distorted Signals. This one is for all my friends who were a big part of my life during that era of my music. More specifically, Shannon Dulawan, Geoff Dulawan, Masson Fisher, Jason Hujing, Lance Castiglione, Vince Norris, Denise Patterson, and everyone at John Burnham. I wrote this one in the 17th floor conference room of 610 West Ash St after Bob Lichter agreed to let us knuckleheads use the space after hours for rehearsals.......Sorry for all the noise Bill Pope & Brad Orr!!! ...this one is for ya'll!

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released February 1, 2016

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