“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” – Bob Marley

I love music and I’m up for discovering new artists to follow them on their social media accounts. A couple of my recent favorite artists are Max Foxx and Nicky Renard.

If you’re not familiar with them, here’s more about them:

Max Foxx grew up and was raised in Sweden and he started playing music when he was only seven years old. He played piano and took piano lessons. When he was 14 years old, he bought his first guitar, a Hagstroom III electric guitar. His music inspirations were Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple. A few years later, he replaced his Hagstrom electric guitar by a natural wood finish Fender Stratocaster., which is still his favorite guitar to play on. Using this guitar, he began composing the basic chords of Grovy Lane, which is currently my favorite song. However, after the chords were composed, they were left dormant for decades until a jam session Max had with Nicky Renard in October 2016. She composed some additional parts and wrote the lyrics, and that was how Grovy Lane came to life after a decade.

Interesting story right? I remember when I was younger (like my teenage years) I used to play the guitar. That was one of the happiest moments that I will always treasure. I wish I could play more instruments!

So have you heard about Max Foxx and Nicky Renard’s newest single? It is now available to listen on iTunes, Spotify and more! My favorite music app is Spotify and I have already listened to it. If you’re into some nice music while you’re on a road trip, then I highly recommend that you add this to your playlist. It reminds me of the amazing music that I really liked to listen to when I was younger but in more modern melodies. The song has a really unique sound and is perfect for anyone that enjoys guitar and rock music.

To know more about Max and Nicky, you can go ahead and check out their Facebook Page.


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