"HEAVEN" MEDIA REVIEW:
Overall Impression: The TimothyPaul Band has released their new tune Heaven. Without missing an opportunity, Heaven's instrumental introduction shows just how good a couple of guitars can sound. This new Rock tune grooves at a moderate tempo with a sound that fits well in the world of Adult Contemporary. A song for love birds, Heaven is not shy with its feelings. The lyrics exhibit a fiery giddiness that removes the outside world and consumes the listener with thoughts of that someone special. The vocal melodies are captivating, particularly in the chorus, and the guitar work finds the perfect moments to add some musical flair. With the release of Heaven, The TimothyPaul Band puts forward some excellent Rock that will have fans of Adult Contemporary coming back for more.
Strongest Point(s): The chorus in Heaven is on fire. It launches forward with an energy that completely grips the listener. it is the type of chorus that fans will sing along with as soon as they hear it. The guitar work is also very nicely done. The tones sound full, rich, and spot on, and really make the tune easy to listen to.
Target Audience Appeal: Fans of Rock and Adult Contemporary will enjoy Heaven by The TimothyPaul Band.
Artist target suggestions: Los Lonely Boys, Santana, Rob Thomas, Steely Dan, Michael MacDonald, Rod Stewart, The Eagles, Barry Manilow, Hall & Oates, Neil Diamond, Elton John, Gordon Michaels, Michael Bolton, Sting, Lionel Richie
About The Reviewer: Zachary Larson is a professional guitarist in New York City. Getting his start in high school rock bands, he has since toured the world as a classical chamber musician, onboard cruise lines, and with several Broadway musicals. His recorded work spans across Classical, Pop, and Experimental music. His arrangements are published through Clear Note Publications. Classically trained, he holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Denver.