Christian Locke has been on a musical journey for many years. With his first memories bumbling about his childhood home getting exposed to his parents’ impeccable taste, he’s managed to take their interest in classic rock to transform it into something contemporary.
The quintessential guitar solo has been sorely missed over the past few years, so Christian Locke’s promise of including it in each track he’ll release (a promise thus far he’s kept) has proven to be a welcome relief. Rather than infusing his ego into it, this sense of transcendence of the old-school variety makes his playing an undeniable joy. Encouragement from an early age and everyone around him has resulted in his fusion of the past and the present into something distinctly his own.
Usage of social media has featured prominently in his journey thus far. Accruing millions of followers across multiple platforms is a testament to his strength as an entertainer. However, only the past few years have shown him playing as a “professional,” yet his many more years of experience before that moment shine through.
He is not afraid to mingle with the modern allocates of the distinctive pop sound alongside the performance chops of true masters of the craft. One of his most memorable live performances proves he’s more than a social media maverick. At Hammerstone’s bar in St. Louis, Missouri, he performed alongside Eric McSpadden, Jim Rosse, and Jeff Girardier, proving he could take on the mantle of those heavyweights.
On Valentine’s Day, Christian Locke offers a special gift in the form of his newest musical number, “Three Little Words.” The multi-instrumentalist promises an energizing soundscape full of passion and emotion. Out now everywhere