The James Carratt Project is a compilation of 47 unsigned and signed session players performing songs written and produced by James Carratt. The album, released in October 2017 features Grammy-nominated producer and steel guitarist, “Cowboy” Eddie Long, session player and Nashville’s Chuck Ward currently on tour with Country Legend Craig Morgan.
However, the key to the success of this record has been how Carratt has combined musicians from other bands, mixing and matching them with other players whom they had never heard or even met. Each musician, given only a basic track with the chord progression was allowed to provide their own interpretation of the material.
The album now stands poised for multiple awards including the RAMI for “Album of the Year” nominations.
“Didn’t Mean A Thing” is just one of the tracks off Volume One featuring Tom Buchko on lead vocals. Tom, one of Southern Wisconsin’s elite vocalist’s comes from the rocker’s perspective and combines a natural CCR meets GNR vocal to the track.
SOURCE: Official Bio