Written by Sylvie Marie & Staff
"Forever Home" opens with four bars of rocking, southern blues guitar. The solo, full of grit and groove, will have you out of your chair. Drevet plays with a natural syncopation that mixes rock and rhythm perfectly. Shifts in the tonality of the guitars between the verses and choruses provide the record with welcoming changes in micro-dynamics that help to drive the mood. The drums and bass complete the mix paving the way for Kyle Bellinger's vocals.
Bellinger is a true front-man with a voice that was made for this song. His vocal performance has passion and purpose as he sings about family, friends, and faith.
These themes are tied into passages of love for our country and a deep respect for those who protect it.
"Land of the free home of the brave The blood of patriots paved the way."
Drevet's lyrics are a meaningful reminder not to take what's truly important for granted.
The song has a highly memorable chorus that radiates pride and patriotism paying a rocking homage to the ones that have to leave our country order to serve it.
"It’s the ones I love I keep thinking of So Far Away I'm alone From my Forever Home"
Rick Drevet and co. are sure to make those in service feel honored and proud with this killer anthem that encapsulates the privilege of being able to live in the States.
About Rick Drevet
A musician and songwriter, the love of music got hold of Rick Drevet and never let go. He has been blessed to meet and play with many extraordinary talents. Writing is his main passion. He has earned Cubase & Waves Certifications, and is a Song of The Year Nominee 2021 at the Josie Music Awards. Rick grew up in Mt. Juliet Tennessee. Playing guitar since age 10 when his mother bought his 1st guitar off the discount rack for $10. “Pretty sure that guitar neck was converted to an axe handle.”
Playing with friends in high school and soon after joining the east Tennessee band Zachery Bow. Rick laid a solid Rock foundation. Rick moved back to Nashville to form Stiff Kitty and all original Rock/Metal group. From there Rick moved to Florida where he joined Audio Vault. After taking several years out of music, Rick built and eventually sold Planet Ear Candy studios in St. Charles, MO.
Rick lists Hendrix, Vinnie Moore, Robben Ford, Gary Moore, John Sykes, Alvin Lee, Allman Brothers, Rush, Lynyrd Skynyrd as some of his main influences. Having shared the stage with EZO, Enuff Z Nuff, Badlands, Jake E Lee, Dokken, Cinderella and Sebastian Bach, Rick has gained a great appreciation for putting feeling into notes.
Rick loves to connect with a crowd and seeks to be known as a good writer and decent musician. He describes himself as a “Never satisfied tone junkie.”
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