Growing up 60's music was a staple in my household. While all the other kids followed 90's artists, I was engrossed with the classics. I can fondly remember listening to The Monkees, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys on the way to school. There was such purity in the music back then. The focus was all about the lyrics and instrumentals. Sadly, this innocence is lost within most of today's top hits.
Justin Levinson is one of the few musicians that dare to dig back into the golden era of music. His newest album, Yes Man is a 60's stylized power pop that tells the story of a lost soul taken advantage by only being able to say yes. Levinson draws from his own personal experiences to make music that's authentic to him.
Check out my interview with Justine Levinson HERE. We discuss his new music, musical inspirations, and tour plans.