GEOFF HURLEY

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Geoff Hurley is living the dream. At an age at which most musicians would consider putting down their guitars, Geoff is taking his music career to the next level.  With an unbridled enthusiasm for music and performance from his childhood onward, Geoff taught himself drums and guitar and constantly composed songs, performing for his family and friends as often as possible. 

Once he saw The Beatles on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” it was over. Music became Geoff's raison d'etre. Through the years, Geoff attended college, worked in local studios, and, after moving to Phoenix, made his name as a formidable writer and producer through working with music icons including Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Daniel Rivera, Howard Hewitt of Shalimar and many others.  With his bands The Lottery and The Rave, Geoff has shared the stage with epic talents like Foghat, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Alice Cooper.  Finally, Geoff decided it was time for his solo album, time to live the dream he'd chased for years.

 The result is One Step Closer, a collection of memorable songs reminiscent of his influences The Beatles, Tom Petty, Steely Dan and many others.  One Step Closer is an instant classic, soulful rock with a bluesy bite. 

And...Stephan Galfas (CEO, International Talent Organization, Inc., and Miss Molly Records)Began his career as an executive at Warner Brothers Records. Stephan has had great success as an entrepreneur, producer, manager and marketer; advising, guiding and marketing the artists he’s worked with to great success. A Grammy nominated accomplished composer and arranger. The sale of his albums are in the millions and include Cher, Stevie Wonder, Kool & the Gang, Meatloaf, Manhattan Transfer, Quincy Jones, KC & the Sunshine Band, George Clinton, Electric Light Orchestra, the Allman Brothers and Jana Mashonee.

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