There has always been the age old battle between finding love and finding money, and sometimes you end up on the losing side of that battle. This is what happened with the protagonist of rock’n’roll act, Ghost Train’s latest single. When a one night stand left him pondering whether or not the relationship could be more, the girl made it clear she had feelings for someone else. “He has a salary job,” were the words that left him stinging, and thus came “For the Love of Money.”
The Ohio based Ghost Train is made up of Ryan T. Griffis – Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Eric Moss – Vocals and Guitar, Sean Stone – Bass, Percussion, and Andrew Stuve – Vocals, Keyboard. Together they produce a straight-up rock ‘n’ roll energy that is second to none.
On “For The Love Of Money” energetic guitar leads the way through a story of love, loss, and realizations. Griffis delivers each lyric with a punch and tenacity that speaks to his emotional connection to the song. Recorded at the Lava Room Recording Studio and mastered by Robert Vosgein out of Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, Ghost Train has ensured that “For the Love of Money” was made with quality in mind.
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