All Ages Paul McCartney once sang, "Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs" but on David Cook's latest EP, CHROMANCE, he isn't one of them. While he has written his share, he decidedly took a different turn this time out. "I wanted this EP to feel like the darker side of love. I recently found some psychology textbooks from college and read about different forms of love – parental, platonic, romantic, obsessive. When most people, including me, write love songs, it's usually "you and me against the world," but I wanted to tap in to the murkier aspects of love people rarely talk about."
Venue: Sony Hall
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