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In The Studio with... Krystal Meyers

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In The Studio with... Krystal Meyers
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(In the photo, L-R:  Robert Marvin (producer, Double Dutch), Krystal Meyers, Josiah Bell (producer, Double Dutch) and Jordyn Thomas, Director of A&R, Provident Label Group)

ALBUM TITLE: TBD
LABEL: Essential
RELEASE DATE: Late summer 2008
RECORDING STUDIOS: Dutchland in Brentwood, Tenn.
PRODUCER: Double Dutch (Robert Marvin and Josiah Bell)
NUMBER OF SONGS: 10

THE MUSIC:
“It’s like Shiny Toy Guns meets Rihanna, meets Kiley Minogue, meets Gwen Stefani, meets The Sounds. The music on this album is very pop. It’s a Studio 54, 1980s ‘throw back’ dance record. There are dance songs, songs with a more urban feel, moving ballads that groove and songs that are more rock.” —Krystal Meyers

LYRICAL THEMES:
“Thematically, there’s honesty, love and depth, along with some feel good dance songs. It’s a fun album!”—K.M.

THE COMPARISON:
“Dying for a Heart and this new record are very different. As I’m getting older, my influences are continuing to change. I don’t listen to as many hard bands as I used to. Granted, I still love to rock out, but I want to make records that reflect who I am at the time. This is a new season for me, but I’m still the same Krystal. I hope everyone loves the new sound.”—K.M.

NOISE MAKERS:
“My favorite song so far on this record is “Beautiful Tonight” because the lyrics are very honest, the word imagery is very intricate and the message is not often addressed through music. There’s also a song I love called “Make Some Noise,” which really helped set the pace of the album from a musical standpoint. I’ve been able to perform “Make Some Noise” in Hong Kong, and ABC used it during promotions for its hit shows ‘Desperate Housewives,’ ‘Brothers and Sisters’ and ‘Extreme Home Makeover.’”—K.M.

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