Who is The London Project: Lonnie Jeeves and Don Carr are the founding members.
When did the band form: Lonnie and Don began writing songs in 2005
How did you come up with the band name: The London Project is a contraction of Lonnie and Don (LonDon). We added the "project" part of the name because we have jammed with a number of guests on many of our songs. Some of those that contributed are over the years are; Chris Waldner, Mike Evans, Brad Dormart, Chelsea Jeeves, Lorne Reid, Carol-Sue Kirkpatrick, Joseph Rodriguez, Bobby Moore, Lynda Fry, Ron Dadey, Farrell Jackson, Blake Scott and Bill Thompson.
What are your influences: We are largely influence by bands from the 80's although our musical journey takes us in all kinds of directions. Van Halen, Rush, Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Queensriche, The Cars and the many artists at Mixposure.
Always loved this song. I have to say that knowing the story behind it, brings tears to my eyes. Outstanding performance by you all. 5*****. I thought I reviewed it after you first posted it. My sincerest apologies. You're a mix favorite for sure. But you already knew that
All the best,
I was SO blessed when @moquinn told me this week that Lonnie dedicated this beautiful song to me after my serious van accident when a semi cab pulled into traffic and hit me. What an awesome gift of a kind heart ❤️ to dedicate to me. Many at Mixposure have the most beautiful hearts & souls but THANK YOU Lonnie!!! Blessed beyond measure!
Tricia you are so very welcome. Comments like this is makes us want to write more and more. I hope you are feeling much better.
heard your song again tonight on MixRadio.... from the first time I heard it I felt it is a fine song ~ but, tonight you dedicated it to a mutual friend who was recently in a very serious vehicular accident & I had no idea til today just how serious & how much she suffered... today listening to this song it brings tears to my eyes... the angels were surely watching over her ~ thankfully... strong willed woman & she will get thru this just like all the trials in her life
Thanks Farrell... Hey that is awesome that you were able to do something with that track. I knew it had potential but just couldn't get it finished. I will take down the previous version. Feel free to mix it down. I appreciate that a lot Farrell and can't wait to hear it!
A very moving song and lyric Lonnie..... From the crack of the snare, the elect./acoustic guitar parts, bass, emotive vocals, and sound effects all play a part in making this a great but sad listen.
BTW, I've zeroed in on a lyric and melody for your instrumental. This week I will record the keeper vocal tracks. Do you want me to send them to you for a proper mix or should I just mix my vox to your MP3 (which is not the best choice)? Regardless, I'll send you an FJ mix demo to check out when I get the vox done. My email is email@example.com
Thank you Jim! I appreciate you taking the time to listen and to play it on your show!