Free Music to help save the world from music that SUCKS!

Twerking! Looping! Auto-tune! An onslaught of “Aritists” that can’t actually sing or play any instruments and yet somehow winning Grammy awards. Are you as Pissed Off about this pervasive lack of musicianship as I am?

Well there’s still hope!

Relax! Crack a bottle! Or if you live on Colorado or Washington State, light up a fatty, kick back, put on the headphones, and check it out because I’ve got some awesome “Thinking Man’s Music” for you, and I want you to hear it so bad…

I’m giving it away 100% FREE!

Yes, that’s totally free music for you, but not just one song free… Nope. I’m giving you a song from each of my FIRST THREE ALBUMS!

My music is old school hard rock, not the auto-tuned, loop driven, garbage that’s dominating the music scene today. All three Albums are entire works of intelligently crafted music. Life and Death and Tip of the Sword are both “Rock Opera’s” that tell a complete story.

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Life and Death Album Cover

Free Song #1 - Where Did My Life Go? (Life and Death: Track 7)

Life and Death is a hard hitting, hard rock / heavy metal album with influences including bands like Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Metallica. It was written, performed, and produced by me.

Dark Waters Album Cover

Free Song #2 - Wayward Child (Dark Waters: Track 2)

Dark Waters is a collaboration between myself and Randy McQuilkin. Randy wrote the lyrics and melodies and I wrote all of the music (with a few minor exceptions). Dark Waters is definitely a psychedelic era influenced song, bringing into it influences from Pink Floyd, Alan Parsons, The Verve, King Crimson, and the like.

Tip of the Sword Album Cover

Free Song #3 - Talkin' 'bout California (Tip of the Sword: Track 2)

Tip of the Sword is a early 80’s hard rock influenced album that really took it’s queue from the great rock opera albums that dominated the music scene. Tommy (The Who), Quadraphenia (The Who), 2112 (Rush), Schoolboys In Disgrace (The Kinks). There’s a lot going on here, from happy-go-lucky Sarah music to the sick insanity of Dr. Psychodelectric.

If you don’t already know who I am, you should!

I have a growing fan base of people like you who love real music. I know you are going to love my music, and some day you’ll be able to say “I knew that guy and bought all his stuff before he made it big”.

I have three albums and five singles in worldwide release, and my song Damn the Speed Limit was nominated in the 11th Annual Independent Music Awards. But hey, you need more proof? Well don’t take it from me… listen to what some fans are saying about my Music:

“This is one of the most talented cats i’ve ever had the pleasure of working with – a true renaissance man who even as far back as 1972 when he first impressed me, always had the creativity, confidence and REAL talent to write, produce and play “all the parts”…and WELL!! Bravo Jerry – you’re the real deal”

Jon March

Friend and Fan

“Freaking GREAT!!!!!!!”

Demon Boy

ReverbNation Artist

“had a listen to My Right Mind and really enjoyed the song, arrangement, melody, voice, lyrics and style..good stuff!..your new friend dean..blessings and peace!”

Dean Jablonski

ReverbNation Artist

“As always…you have given me another escape with ear-pleasing and re-wind button melting music”

Robert L'Amor

Moods of Sound Insanity

“All That Far ,Waterfall,Damn the Speed Limit, Excellent songs and vocals. All the best Jerry”

Didorion

ReverbNation Artist

“Your awesome boss! More power! You rule!”

Roses For Grace

ReverbNation Artist

“at times, listening to this playlist put me in mind of Eric Bloom or Todd Rundgren, and maybe some it has to do with the double-tracking of 2 vocalists on a tune like “waterfall” or the full, rich sound of piano and acoustic for “my right mind”, but mainly I think it’s just because this music wants to explore and travel at it’s own pace and with it’s own dynamics, and that sort of depth and freedom always has it’s roots in the great minds of Rush or Rundgren. Very bloody impressive!”

MikeWhitePresents

ReverbNation Artist

“Ha Haaah, here’s someone who’s using his brains and not playing any games. Just listening to your first song, wow, what a solo!”

Tracey Mun Roe

ReverbNation Artist

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Sincerely,
Jerry B. of Jerry Boutot Music