Thursday, July 4, 2019

Dez Money's indie pop track "Wings" feels like a celebration

Wings by Dez Money feels like a celebration. The deep groove cuts into you instantly with piercingly sweet guitar licks. Money's vocal aesthetic is soulful and passionate and imbues the song with an indie rock meets chamber pop tone that feels like something between the iconic Todd Rundgren and the pop motifs tones of current artists like Maroon 5 and Coldplay. 

Wings is written and produced by Money and mixed and mastered by Multiple Grammy award winning Chris Lord-Alge. 

Robb Donker


Music has been in Dez Money’s blood since the day he was born as the son of singer-songwriter Eddie Money. Dez writes all of his own music and serves as a producer as well. Aside from writing and singing the songs Dez plays the piano, guitar, bass, and drums as well in his music. His first album titled “Take Me Down” debuted in 2015.
In April 2018, Dez and his musical family premiered their reality TV show titled “Real Money” on AXS TV. Dez has spent his recent years on tour with his father, opening up as well as playing guitar in the Eddie Money band along with his sister Jesse on harmonies and brother Julian on the drums.
His passion for music goes well beyond the stage and into the studio where he enjoys taking a hands-on approach to his craft, serving as the writer and producer on his upcoming second album, “Blue”. Both albums mixed and mastered by multiple Grammy Award winner, Chris Lord Alge.

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