The soulful singer’s “Everything I Used to Be” creates a powerful ending for the documentary “Curing Addiction”
Nashville, TN (WiredPRNews.com) Chris Weaver is a name you’ll no doubt be hearing more of as he keeps popping up in the entertainment scene. A song off the Chris Weaver Band’s debut CD, “Standing In Line” has landed a featured spot by poignantly closing the documentary film “Curing Addiction.”
The song is called “Everything I Used to Be” and embodies the theme of the film that people can change and put harmful ways in their past, forever.
According to Lucas Catton, director and producer of the film, “Chris’s music is so powerful and has an emotional impact on people. This song was such a perfect fit for what was being conveyed.”
This was yet another tune to make recent headlines for Weaver and co-writer Matt Rogers, who together had a song licensed by LSU for the football season and was re-recorded by Jordin Sparks for the ‘Official Gameday Music of the NFL, Volume 2’ package.
The charismatic Weaver currently has two songs that can be heard on the radio. The single “Standing In Line” is on Texas Regional Radio and “Go Easy On Me” is working its way up the Country Breakout Music Row Chart.
When Chris and his band aren’t regularly performing in Tennessee, Texas or other parts of the country, they’re writing and recording new songs for their follow up CD, due out next spring.
Weaver is managed by InTune Entertainment (www.intuneentertainment.com) in Nashville. Check out http://www.chrisweaverband.com to hear the music, and visit http://www.curingaddictionthefilm.com for more information on the documentary.