"TAZERt: Has little regard for anything other than letting the music do the talking" E. Jones
Singer songwriter TAZERt's individually crafted sound of retro rock sleaze combines with his natural story-telling style to create a unique sense of who he is: tackling subjects that other artists dare not explore with his own sardonic slant on the underbelly of today's society.
The quote ‘sounding like a modern day Lou Reed in a lyrical fist fight with Mick Jagger’ epitomises TAZERt's enigmatic approach both to song writing and performing. Jagger’s snarling sound combines with Reed’s visual lyrical delivery to create an intoxicating audio assault encapsulating the essence of a retro sound in a modern medium.
TAZERt's musical journey has travelled along many winding roads: beginning as a front man for a number of Nottingham’s original bands; receiving numerous plays on BBC introducing and being tipped as one to watch for the future in local music magazines; at the same time continually gigging throughout the city and surrounding areas. As the lead singer of highly successful and renowned covers band, 'The Dollars', who played UK wide for a number of years at venues throughout the country, he earned a reputation as a highly rated, professional performer.
TAZERt's current solo venture sees him performing/writing/ recording/ with all his experiences as a modern troubadour/raconteur/humourist: all the while delving into topics that reflect the moral dilemmas that affect us all in today's busy social surroundings.