STANDING IN YOUR LIGHT - (Official Music Video) Booch Band Feat. Leroy Bocchieri of Day One Pop Vibe
Hopeful ode to a future of optimistic and luminated sentiment. Breezy and celebratory guitar flourishes sway with a lush vocal background that reminds us of the ethereal and spirited renewal from light. Jayhawks and other Midwestern heartland artists' vibes shine throughout. The Leroy's featured soulful guitar solo floats at first then builds to a Todd Rundgren-like uplifting jam. Leroy Bocchieri a.k.a Booch brings in John Richardson on Drums (Small Squares, Shoes, BadFinger, Gin Blossoms, Eddie Money), and Kevin Gastonguay on Keyboards.
Booch Band (Feat. Leroy Bocchieri of Day One) “Light” is off their upcoming album “Pieces of Me”
Get it on on CDBaby: http://store.cdbaby.com/cd/boochband2
Stream it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2MuVGDRwxvjMRVW0Y7DPXX?si=JVHlCjJuRIaSZCEItO1Yng
Download it Free at: Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-319845147-668415291/close-on-you
Cinematography - Paul Bocchieri
Directed by Leroy and Paul Bocchieri
Music video by Booch Band performing Light. (C) 2019 Booch Band, LTD. Under Exclusive License To Broken Records LTD.
Official Music Video for Booch Band's a.k.a. Leroy Bocchieri''s "Light" release. Ultimate pop, sultry lyric, passionate guitar, driving rhythm, and angst-ridden vibe on this one. Jagger, Elvis Costello and Presley are present as are the Beatles and a touch of soul. Recorded at Drum Farm Studio's in Menominie WI with Production and drums by John Richardson (Gin Blossoms, Eddie Money, Badfinger, Shoes). Kevin Gastonguay is featured on Hammond Organ (Dr. Mambo’s Combo, Nooky Jones, New Sound Underground)
Pop Hooked, Lyrically Cooked, Floor swaying, guitar groovin', Rock with a melodic Pop. With influences as varied as the Beatles, Elvis Presley & Costello, Led Zeppelin and Peter Gabriel, The Booch Band brings lyrically complex music imbibed with heavy grooves to a new generation.
The Booch Band has taken on a series of incarnations through leader Leroy Bocchieri including "Leroy", and "Day One" but has now crystalized to the name Booch Band.(A long-time nickname) In fact, Leroy's midwestern upbringing is what has inspired the band's down home feel. A Chicago native, he began playing music because it's what he remembers most listening to as a child. (BTW: First instrument was accordion!)
Endlessly playing The Beatles "Hard Day's Night" 33 1/3 on his father's Grundig-Majestic Hi-Fi and repeating "I Want to Hold Your Hand" caused him to pick up a guitar and sing. But, as with all new things, it wasn't an instant shred session. He had to fight his way through blistered fingers, bad notes, a Silvertone guitar from Sears, and parents screaming at him, "Turn that down, I'm trying to watch the Ed Sullivan Show!" (sometimes it was the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour)