In his latest release, "The Same Mistake," Rod Lunn travels beyond his sophisticated pop-rock tunes by highlighting vulnerable Dylan era songwriting with contemporary emo-dramatic melodies. In "The Same Mistake," Rod ventures into a twisted and more seductive life, leaving you wondering whether it was a self-inspired story as it was in his first music literary, "You and I." While his newest LP has a much more dramatic feel than his first successful record, his unique vocal performances and signature delivery are unmistakable. The album includes unforgettable melodies, catchy hooks, and exciting guitar rifts leading to a climatic build that solidifies each song. Rod wrote all the songs on this album and strikes his chords on both the piano and guitar while bringing a superstar cast of characters to play throughout. The album was produced by Rod and co-produced by Nash Overstreet and Ricky Phillips. To date, Rod's independent projects have sold more than 20,000 copies online and at Borders and CD Warehouse's across the nation. In addition, his music videos have been featured on MTV and VH1.