LIVING COLOUR's COREY GLOVER Collaborates With STEPHEN DEACUTIS: 'Final Resting Place' Video

LIVING COLOUR's COREY GLOVER Collaborates With STEPHEN DEACUTIS: 'Final Resting Place' Video

The official music video for "Final Resting Place", the first single from STEVIE D FEAT. COREY GLOVER, a musical partnership between producer and multi-instrumentalist Stephen DeAcutis a.k.a. Stevie D and legendary singer Corey Glover (LIVING COLOUR), can be seen below. The track is taken from STEVIE D FEAT. COREY GLOVER's debut album, "Torn From The Pages", which will be released in May worldwide through Mighty Music.

Stevie D comments: "I am extremely pleased that Michael H. Andersen and Mighty Music are partnering up with me to deliver this music to ears and hearts of the music appreciating people of the world. This is a very important record for me and it represents a very powerful chapter in my life, hence 'Torn From The Pages'."

Michael H. Andersen, CEO Mighty Music/Target Group: "Having been a big fan of Corey Glover since discovering LIVING COLOUR back in the late 80s, I feel so honored Stevie D has placed this album in my hands. This is authentic soulful rock with a hard edge and songwriting and producer skills from another dimension."

DeAcutis has been working professionally as a guitar player, mixer, producer, multi-instumentalist, engineer, writer, and performer since the early 1980s, having honed his skills and training under such studio heavyweights as Andy Wallace (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, NIRVANA), Kevin Shirley (LED ZEPPELIN, AEROSMITH) and Max Norman (OZZY OSBOURNE), amassing credits that include such acts as VANILLA FUDGE, Vinny Moore, Pat Travers, Carmine and Vinny Appice, Punky Meadows and Cyndi Lauper, to name a few.

States DeAcutis: "This record has been a long time in the making and I am very proud of the outcome and I feel this is some of my best work to date. Corey gave me the goods in his vocal performances and it is a blessing that he has given me his heart, soul and amazing vocal abilities to represent my music. I am truly blessed."


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