Episode 21: TJ George

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TJ George has been very busy.  He has been working on a pretty epic project for, well, to hear him say it, several years now.  It is finally coming to life, as of January 7, 2022.  TJ is a songwriter here is Columbus, and his new album, “Heroes and Legends” will be an achievement that he has been working towards for a long time.  We got to sit in my living room and chat about it, along with a bunch of other great stuff, including the magic of cul de sacs, being young and fearless, Orbital sanders, and following (or not following) one’s dream.



Find out about TJ’s Non-Profit Organization, Demand Impact, where you can read more about his story as well as order (as well as Pre-Order) the album.  Find out all the details here, including who all the collaborators are who made the album possible, beginning with Vernon Porter, the bass player that got into TJ’s head and ended up producing the album, as well as providing a flawless bass line on all 6 tracks. If you’re in Columbus, try and make it to the Release Party on Jan. 14.  It’ll be at Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza in Worthington, one of Columbus’s finest venues for live intimate musical performances in a listening (and delicious) environment.  Get your tickets here, and join the discussion at the Facebook Event Page.



And of course, you can find TJ at, yep, you guessed it, www.tjgeorge.com.  He’s also all over the place to listen, like Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music.