|Origin Athens, Georgia|
Role Singer Â· brentcash.net
Name Brent Cash
|Labels Marina Records|
Years active 2008 - present
Record label Marina Records
Albums How Will I Know If I'm Awake, How Strange It Seems
Genres Sunshine pop, Acoustic music, Soft rock
Similar People Mariko Nanba, Pearlfishers, Kenichi Tokoi, Jaret Reddick, Takahito Eguchi
Brent cash i can t love you anymore than i do
Brent Cash is a singer–songwriter from Athens, Georgia.
- Brent cash i can t love you anymore than i do
- Brent cash don t turn your back on the stars
- Music career
- How Will I Know If Im Awake 2008
- How Strange It Seems 2011
- The New High 2017
- Unreleased albums
Brent cash don t turn your back on the stars
His musical career started as a drummer for several bands (including the Planets, the Michael Guthrie Band and Television Buzz), all the while recording his own pop music stylings in his apartment or house on a simple four-track. He released two separate four-track recordings in the 90s, "Muse Rapture" and the impossibly long-titled "The Most Beautiful Girls In The World Have Unpronounceable Last Names," on his own by distributing cassette tapes to friends and acquaintances. In 2008, Cash decided to step up the production levels on his first full-length album, 2008's How Will I Know If I'm Awake.
His upcoming follow up album will be titled "How Strange It Seems" and is scheduled to be released in Europe on May 27, 2011. The U.S. & the remainder of the globe will see the album released on June 7, 2011.
How Will I Know If I'm Awake (2008)
How Will I Know If I'm Awake is Brent Cash's debut album, recorded with Andy Baker (Jucifer, Japancakes, The Mercury Program). The songs consists of beachy atmospheres of "I Think I’m Falling In Love" to the ballad "Love Is Burning Down Tonight", a duet with Amanda Kapouzos of Tin Cup Prophette that also features a small string orchestra. The album was released in 2008 on the Marina Records label, and garnered largely positive reviews as a throwback to 60s-era sunshine pop.
How Strange It Seems (2011)
How Strange It Seems is Brent Cash's second album, recorded with Joel Hatstat (of Joel Hatstat Audio). Like Cash's debut album, the songs consist of a wide variety of musical styles. The album was released in Europe on May 27, 2011 on the Marina Records label.The album was released in the U.S. on June 7, 2011.
"The New High" (2017)
The New High is Brent Cash's third album. Like the previous release, this album was recorded in Athens, Ga, with Joel Hatstat (of Joel Hatstat Audio). The album showcases Cash on vocals & all instruments except for the strings. The album was released on January 27, 2017.