CHAD BROCK'S "III" SHOWS ARTISTIC GROWTH

Chad Brock's new album "III" shows just how much he's grown as an artist.

One reason, Chad explains, is that he had a much bigger hand in the production elements of making the record. "I've always had freedom to do the things I wanted to, and this time, we really tried some different things," he said.

For instance, when Chad heard the demo version of "Tell Me How," he was very impressed with the backup vocals. "I hear these guys singing backup vocals and decided I loved the sound so much that I had to have them sing on my album," he said.

"From recording to mixing and mastering, I was there for everything," said Chad.

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