Josh Charles, Casio’s Privia spokesperson, has announced his new single “Life Ain’t Fair”, co-written with Milton L. Brown.
Written using a Privia PX-3 digital piano Charles says, “‘Life Ain’t Fair’ is a song that speaks for what is happening to the socio-economic state of our country, and yet for as dark as days get, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. You keep keepin’ on because that’s the only way to go.”
The track was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Omni Studios with Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives’ guitarist, Kenny Vaughan, with Harry Stinson on drums and background vocals, and bass player Paul Martin, Mike Noble — and Al Perkins on pedal steel guitar, who has recorded and toured with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Randy Newman. Violin was added by Fats Kaplin, and the track was mixed by T.W. Cargile (Jamey Johnson). “Life Ain’t Fair” has just been released by Down Home Records / Interscope Digital Distribution.
“Josh Charles is one of the best musicians in the world, and we’re proud that he is using Privia digital pianos,” said Mike Martin, general manager of marketing, Electronic Musical Instruments Division for Casio America, Inc.