Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys

Brett Guidry aka Imprint talksabout his life and music

Those Diner n Motorcycle Guys

Those Diner n Motorcycle Guys

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Brett Guidry, alias Imprint, understands strife. Raised in Seal Beach, California after his father passed away, he found solace on the streets and became hooked on drugs at a very early age. Progressing worse and worse, Imprint began chasing this illustrious lifestyle as a way to buffer his own problems and eventually ended up in custody fighting a six year bid in prison. Through these moments he realized a change needed to happen.

Always a fan of music, it was not until he started creating his own brand of West Coast swagger that he finally found a way to channel his aggressions into a more positive light. Honing his craft in a rehabilitation center, Imprint cemented his now lifelong goal. As a member of the Mash Down Babylon community, he quickly embraced this new lifestyle and attacked the microphone with a zeal and a style that would only force other acts into envy.

After the release of his first album in January of 2011, “The First Impression” undoubtedly made it’s mark and set IMPRINT far apart from his contemporaries.

Join Conversation Crossroad radio show hosts Betty-Lynn White and Garrison Leykam for their INDIEvening interview with Brett Guidry aka Imprint about his life and music.

http://conversationcrossroad.com/?p=3538

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