I started writing songs several years ago. It wasn't until a producer in O'Fallon, Missouri listened to me sing and play that I decided to actually record. He was a friend of my friend Bob Barth. (drumbob) Drumbob had me play a couple of songs into his cell phone with Bob Berzack (guitarbob) on the other end. Bob Berzack was a producer that drumbob had worked with in the past. Gitbob immediately said that we should all get together to discuss the possibilities of doing a project. It was many months later for 'Save Me' to be completed. Since the spring release of the album I have had a wonderful response from the sales of the CD and the shows that my band, The Billy Berry Band, has played. I have received many letters, and emails from folks in Kentucky, telling how much they have enjoyed my music. Some talk about how it made them cry. Most talk about how it was so easy for them to relate to. I have many start laughing when they first mention 'Kiss My Ash'. You can't help but smile when thinking about that song. It was a chance of a lifetime experience to get to record an album. Writing songs is a funny thing. I never know where the next song is going to come from. I never know if it's going to be funny, sad, or just out there. The songs literally just fall out of the sky.