A little bit more about the album:
Son of the Famous So and So was conceived in the winter of 2009. Leonard Mynx found himself at the mercy of a harsh blizzard in Edmonton, Canada. Rendered immobile by the drifts, he took refuge at the home of some newly made friends. Also in his company was the son of a German count. Mynx spent several evenings perched in front of a large fireplace, snifter of brandy in hand, listening to tales of the German's family. His lineage ran back to the Holy Roman Empire. He spoke of bittersweet past lives and how his own position plagued him. At one point the German remarked, "I sometimes wish I were an orphan, rather than the son of the famous so and so." On a sleepy train ride from Edmonton to Portland, OR, Mynx sculpted the songs that would become Son of the Famous So and So.
Leonard Mynx - "Sing Radio"
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