ATLANTA MARCH 2019 — For seventeen-year-old Atlantan, Sara Greer, a passion for music started early. Greer was singing original songs while still in diapers, mastering the finer points of pitch in elementary school, and sharing the stage with artists like Colbie Caillat, Richard Marx, and Kip Winger while other kids her age were studying for their drivers permit.
Armed with wisdom and talent beyond her years, Greer is ready to take the music industry by storm. Beginning with the release of her first full-length album “Drama, Drama” (released Mar 14, 2019 RBMG) produced by Atlanta artist and former Collective Soul guitarist, Ross Childress, under the Ryan Burton Music Group label. It is available now through all major digital music retailers, with CD’s available for order at CD Baby.
Ryan Burton of RBMG first met Greer in 2017 when she opened for Richard Marx. Immediately recognizing her talent for writing and performing, Burton paired her up with Childress. After the production of Greer’s first single, “Chasing Shadows,” it was clear their collaboration should continue.
“Drama, Drama” features nine original songs produced by Childress including leadoff single “Secondary Woman“. With influences from David Bowie to Metallica to Katie Perry, Greer’s eclectic writing style already shows the maturity of a seasoned artist.
Childress summed it up best when he said, ”Sara is already writing like she’s in her 30’s.”
The combination of Greer’s power tones and melodic runs combined with Childress’ veteran acumen for producing pop/rock hits make “Drama,Drama” a timeless debut album that shouldn’t be missed.
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The Ryan Burton Music Group LLC is an independent record company and artist management company founded by Canadian/American entrepreneur, musician, former radio personality, songwriter and producer Ryan Burton. RBMG is based in Lawrenceville, GA and was founded in 2015 with the goal to produce music that would ignite the listener’s imagination.
Hailing from Stockbridge, Georgia, during the heyday of ‘70s and ‘80s FM radio, Ross Childress became entranced by the music of Prince, The Cure, Run DMC and The Beatles. As lead guitarist for Collective Soul, Childress’ indelible guitar work was heard by millions of fans from around the globe. From 1994 to 2001 Collective Soul received more airtime on the radio than any other band of its era including Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, R.E.M. and Oasis. In 2009, Childress became a member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
The late-blooming but sudden success experienced by Collective Soul was one of the 1990s big music stories. Their 1994 debut album, Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid, with the help of its lead single, ‘Shine,’ propelled the band to international stardom, multi-platinum status and pioneers of the alternative rock genre.