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RX releases his 1st Album Epilogue

Epilogue Cover

RX is a successful artist based in Seattle, Washington. He is best known for his extraordinary, rare, and compelling voice. He plays both acoustic and electric marvelously. RX has spent his life playing in bars and wineries; and for a short time lived in LA to collaborate, write, and meet with several agencies/labels. The young artist’s influences include Eric Clapton, John Mayer, and James Bay. Since then, RX has performed at several notable venues, including singing the national anthem at two NFL games, and has toured with acts such as Train, Andy Grammer, and Michael Franti.

We are happy to announce RX’s first album “Epilogue”! After releasing numerous amounts of singles and EP’s it is now time for his first album to get heard.

The album offers very soothing vocals on Pop style beats. Everything from radio-ready songs to laid back songs can be found on the 10-track album. Without a doubt, RX has the talent to transfer the emotions of each track to the listener smoothly.

His song “Superstar” stands out from the rest due to his unexpected variation of flow he delivers. It also carries a very dreamy vibe.

Taking To Long” might as well have been from the famous artist Ed Sheeran. The song’s chords and vocals blend together so well. The background harmonies on the chorus complement the lead vocals tremendously.

RX ends the album with a reminiscing song named “Walla Walla“. We believe this was a wonderful choice. The blend of excitement and sadness is simply beautiful.

Don’t take our word for it. Listen to RX’s album “Epilogue” yourself and be amazed by this young artist’s talent. For the latest news and releases follow RX on Instagram, Facebook, or his website.

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