Inside You & Inside Me
Old sayings achieve cliché status for a reason and Rob Anthony discovered that home is truly where the heart is while writing songs for his third release 'Inside You And Inside Me'. "It felt good to be back where I grew up. The whole getting back to your roots thing definitely allowed me to be more honest in my approach to writing this new album. The experience opened up my heart giving me a chance to share more about my past," admits Anthony. 'Inside You And Inside Me' is a big album in every sense of the word. The songs are huge. A breadth of raw emotion fills the quiet intimate moments and at other times the music builds with massive rhythms and layered sounds breaking new ground for Rob. The story unfolds through each song beginning with the dreams of a young man (Save That Rose For My Grave) progressing through tumultuous relationships (Have I lost What I Found) (You're The One) (How You Went On Without Me) while struggling through alcohol abuse and recovery (While Yesterday It Rained), dealing with uncertainty (Dead End Road), craving true friendship (Bring Me Back Down), wanting to get more out of life (Inside You And Inside Me) and discovering peace in spirituality (Hold On). Listening to 'Inside You And Inside Me' it's apparent that Anthony has tapped into consciousness to such an extent that some of his songs have become anthems. Adopted by Venture Port and the Extreme Entrepreneur Tour, 'Inside You And Inside Me' dares you to dig deep for your passion. It's promoting it's mission of how important it is to incorporate an entrepreneurial lifestyle into a framework for success. Combining the harmony of pop with singer-songwriter sensibility and outlining an acoustic instrumentation with a rock edge Rob is truly at home. He occupies a unique musical space by catching his audience unaware and transporting them to a place of pure rock pleasure. With that said Rob Anthony offers 'Inside You And Inside Me', a rare work of naked honesty of his past and the present time. The emotions in these songs will stick in your head for weeks, months and years to come.