40miles

40 miles with great west coast music …..

40 Miles Out is a contemporary pop group formed by writers Scott January and Steve Terry in 1998. The two met in early 1991 and began writing together later that year. Their unique style is derived from their diverse musical influences that range from the Eagles to Lionel Richie. Their music blends memorable vocal melodies, acoustic guitar, a touch of saxophone, and a positive message to produce a soothing and unique contemporary sound that is reminiscent of the 1970’s and early 1980’s

Scott and Steve have performed together at various locations across the U.S. and have also played together in Canada. Scott is a very talented writer, singer, saxophonist, and keyboardist. He has played saxophone for over 18 years and has been writing for over 10 years. Steve is also a talented songwriter and guitarist who has played the guitar for over 17 years and has been writing for over 10 years.

Scott and Steve have indeed received attention in releasing the 40 Miles Out CD. People are so drawn to it because of its nostalgic feel and message. Everyone has cherished memories that they enjoy reflecting upon. Scott and Steve hope to bring back those memories with the enchanting and timeless music of the new CD, and to also reclaim an audience that has been lost and forgotten.

Read more about 40 Miles Out at their official website.

Discography

Part Of Me

Uncle Leon Music 1999

Tracks: Keep On Running, The Rest Of Your Life, Part Of Me, Can´t Let Go, Nothing´s Gonnas Stand In My Way, Forever Tonight, Here In My Arms, Follow Me, Summer Rain, Hide Away, Dreams Come True & So Hard To Hide.

Musicians on the Part Of Me album: Scott January, Steve Terry, Dan Ashe, Klaus Kuehn, Joe Bonnell, Michael Shappell, Dan Wojciechowski, Gary Long & Sly Fuller.

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