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Sully Erna of Godsmack on NPR; Tomorrow, July 11 At 1:20p.m.

Tune-in tomorrow, July 11 to hear four-time GRAMMY®-nominated, singer, songwriter and musician SULLY ERNA on NPR's "HERE & NOW" with host Robin Young for an in-depth interview; listen at1:20pm ET/10:20am PT (here).

Sully Erna of Godsmack

ERNA's current solo album HOMETOWN LIFE--available now via BMG (here)--was composed by SULLY ERNA on piano, acoustic guitar and the stray bongo, and produced in produced in his New England-based studio. Guitar Player magazine praised the album--a powerful mix of blues, country and rock---for showing  "compelling 'other sides' to the Godsmack frontman, such as his forays into country, Motown soul, bossa nova, and even orchestral pieces" (8/18/16). A confessional and raw work, HOMETOWN LIFE offers an intimate view into the emotional roller-coaster of life, marking a stylistic left-turn fromSULLY's first solo album Avalon as well as the music he creates as frontman for the multi-platinum rock group Godsmack. OnHOMETOWN LIFE, SULLY explores his own eclectic musical tastes--from singer-songwriter Billy Joel/Bruce Springsteen, to the bossa nova touch of "Take All of Me," to the breezy island feel of "Your Own Drum," and the finger-snapping Motown bass lines of the bluesy"Turn It Up,"--which features Sully's 71-year-old musician fatherSalvatore playing trumpet-as well as the wide-screen canvas of mini-symphonies such as "Blue Skies" and "Forever My Infinity." 


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