New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Texas rocker Clay Melton continues to blaze a fiery trail into the future moving forward at record speed with no end in sight. This genre-crossing force lights up the stage with vocal acumen that co-exists with a prowess on lead guitar that is coupled with superior song writing abilities. The young man continues to rise fast and soon even his newest songs will be available for licensing. It wasn't that long ago that the young rocker caught the eye of super producer Dan Workman at SugarHill Studios. Working together they turned out Clay's newest release plus Clay went on to record a super cool over the top music video complete with a resident big band sound backing the musical score.
Soon after the release their booking agency filled their tour route and Clay and the band immediately took to the road. Most recently Clay and the band have returned home to Houston
and already the young singer, guitar player, and songwriter is penning fresh new exciting material. Plus, it's not ending there either. I predict that in March of 2018 Clay Melton will blow the world away again as he introduces yet another brand new music video. Keep an eye on this rising rocker as his music and stage performances continue to move him above the noise....
International Magazine Editor Richard Adam Kern shares: "The passion and electricity sorely missing in the music of many of Clay Melton's peers is abundant... another reason why Clay is certain to be recognized as one of this generation's guitar heroes."
Sophistication beyond his years
Clay Melton delivers passion through a distinctive, disciplined approach - this video comes off without a hitch - extremely impressive!
Garrick writes: "It's always cool to hear an artist take a guitar and a distortion pedal to task, but much more impressive to hear him take an unplugged guitar out for a stroll, which Melton does here better than most. It just confirms that Burn the Ships is a great example of an artist on the rise who is rewriting the rules as he ascends."
Pump It Up Magazine reports: "The songs are full of winding instrumental breaks and detours, moving from ebbing acoustic musings to epic electric soundscapes."