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Rose City Musician, Brian Eaton, Releases An Unexpected & Eclectic Proggy-Jazz, Bass-Centric Project
Musician/Producer and Allegra Drums Artist Brian Eaton released his third full-length album, The Known Space Project, today on his label, Eatin’ Records, available now on digital platforms. Though a bit of a departure from his usual vocal rock sound... READ MORE
On Sept 17, Eaton graced the cover of Spotify's weekly Release Radar for the week, along with his track "Four String Theory." The song is quite unique in which all the sounds for the entire song were created using bass guitar. | LISTEN NOW
“Brian Eaton's new album, 'The Known Space Project,' is beautiful music with a lot of vibe that has been taking me on a journey. Exactly what my soul needed." — Frank Catalano
The Known Space Project, by Brian Eaton, features bass guitar as the lead instrument for much of the instrumental album including the proggy, upbeat “Four String Theory,” in which all the tracks for the entire song (including the drum/percussion sounds) were created using bass, making it quite unique. READ MORE
Brian Eaton will release his third full-length album, The Known Space Project, on Friday, September 17. Though a bit of a departure from his usual vocal rock sound, Eaton is no stranger to jazz/fusion. WATCH THE OFFICIAL TRAILER
Eaton joins country drumming veteran Ric McClure, James Brown funk drummer Erik Hargrove, Spyro Gyra alumn Tom Walsh, jazz drummer Charlie Harrington, as well as jazz drummer and Motown great Mel Brown, in endorsing Allegra Drums.