(How Could You) Bring Him Home
New York R&B artist Eamon returns with a new single (How Could You) Bring Him Home on August 13th 2007 and album this August following his controversial 2004 debut single and album F**k it (I Don't Want You Back).
(How Could You) Bring Him Home, a fan favourite has already clocked up over a million plays on his website. Eamon competes with few others, delivering his own unique style - ho-wop. Musically influenced by a childhood spent in his dad's doo-wop band, and his love of local NY hip-hop, Eamon grew up with pictures of his heroes Method Man, Frankie Lymon and Ol' Dirty Bastard on his high school locker.
The phenomenal success of his debut album kept Eamon on the road until late 2005. Eamon spent the next two years enjoying the rewards of his work and concentrated on developing his songwriting. Now he is no longer an angry teen. Eamon has cleaned up his act.
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