Vincent Poag Jazzes Up His Style In New Album Masquerade

Vincent Poag recently came out with a new album titled Masquerade. Its twelve tracks are absolutely mesmerizing in their simplicity and hopefulness. The positive message behind all of Poag’s art can be felt strongly in this album. With thousands upon thousands of listeners and streams, and with an exceptionally unique take on today’s world, Poag is one of the most extraordinary musicians.

Growing up in New York, Vincent Poag was exposed to the Broadway musical era of the 1950’s, the music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein, but his biggest inspiration was Bob Dylan. From the day he received his first guitar at the age of eight, Poag has been writing music and crafting his unique sound to perfection.

Previously, the artist released “Stress”, and “This Christmas”, each with  at least 2 million views on YouTube. A fascinating jazzy composition much loved by Poag’s fans is “New Orleans” that takes you on a tour of the famous ‘Southern hospitality’ and ‘Dixieland’ - unforgettable indeed. “America” was Poag’s latest release, a song about his homeland, its history, values, and culture. 

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