Feet of Clay
'Billboard Magazine' calls the music of Milwaukee-based band Feet of Clay, 'Knowledgeable musicianship working together with skillful songwriting...breathy vocals, aching harmonies and irresistible melodies.' Feet of Clay's genre of pure contemporary pop, led to the distribution of their first CD throughout the United States and Canada as well as Europe and Australia. With the advent of college radio airplay, larger AAA radio stations added the act's radio friendly pop sound to their playlist. Through the magic of radio, more national record store chains such as Tower Records, Camelot, Musicland, and Best Buy have distributed the CD and Border Books & Music have added the act to their listening booths. Critically acclaimed in national and international publications, the act reproduces their unique sound in live performance, with a phrase heard time and time again from their audience, 'The sound of five people, when there are only three'. The second CD, though not yet released, is beginning to receive airplay in the Midwest. The new CD retains the trademark hummable melodies and tight vocal harmonies, as found on the first CD, with a somewhat harder edged sound.