A lot of musicians are just trying to make it big, and Leons has been there since the beginning of time, having released a dozen albums over the course of a decade.
His newest effort, A LOTS OF SHIT, is a compilation of his best work to date, with the result sounding both a triumph and a reminder that the music business is full of fucking nuts.
The album, released via Columbia Records, has been described as “an album about fucking shit,” which makes it all the more exciting to hear it now.
Leons, who was born in Brooklyn but grew up in the Bronx, grew up listening to bands like Pearl Jam and the Ramones and never really got a good handle on what made a good rock song.
When he was 14, he got a chance to play with his dad at a jam session in an old warehouse that had been used for decades as a storage facility for old radios.
The jam session turned into a party, and in a few minutes, he and his dad were joined by the members of Pearl Jam.
The band’s drummer, bassist, and guitar player, Bill Bruford, was one of the first people to sit in on the recording sessions, and when Leons played the bass in the song “Hurt,” he was immediately struck by the way Bruford’s voice sounded in comparison to the raw, gritty, and emotionally-charged tone of the original.
The result was a song that is both a reminder of what the early days of rock music were like and a celebration of its own history.
The music of A LOTES OF SHITS sounds like nothing else that Leons’s ever written.
It’s hard to describe, but it’s very much like listening to a completely different song by a different artist or group.
A LOTSS is the album that he has been waiting for since he started writing for the band.
It has been a long journey, one that he says has taken him away from the music industry.
When we talk about music, he says, “You don’t hear many people who are doing their own music anymore, and they don’t know what they’re doing.”
Leons is a musician who grew up with his parents, who made it very clear to him that he should pursue his dream of becoming a musician.
He took classes at the Bronx Conservatory of Music, and later attended New York University.
After graduating in 1991, Leons moved to New York City, where he studied jazz at the Metropolitan Opera and later became a music teacher at the famed School of Music at New York’s Columbia University.
When his father died in 2009, Leones moved back to Brooklyn and spent much of his time working as a barista and helping out with other musicians.
His first record, The Sound of the Times, was released in 2008, and it became an instant classic.
But that was when Leones first started experimenting with music and recording.
“I started playing piano in my basement in my apartment, and I really didn’t know where to start,” he says.
“But I ended up taking classes at Columbia and playing in a small punk club in New York, and that’s where I got my start.
After that, I really had to figure out how to make music.”
Leones, who is now 27, has a career as a musician that includes the release of albums like The Bricks, a record that was instrumental in launching the careers of some of the most popular bands of the moment, and most recently, The New York Dolls, which he recorded with his friend, rapper and producer Jaden Smith.
A lot has changed for Leons since those early days.
He was living with his mother in Brooklyn at the time of the band’s debut, but he quickly moved to a studio apartment in Manhattan, where they recorded some songs with Smith and released them as the group began to gain more traction.
The success of The Sound Of The Times, along with the album The Backs, helped bring the band back to prominence, and as Leons says, they started to play a lot more live shows.
And by the time Leons started to tour in the mid-2000s, he had become a household name.
His live shows drew huge crowds, and the bands he toured with like The Ramones, Pearl Jam, and The Beach Boys all put out albums that earned him awards from both the Grammys and Billboard.
He’s also played the piano on dozens of albums over his career.
And now, after a successful career as one of America’s biggest rock stars, he’s set his sights on a new musical goal: releasing his debut solo album.
A couple of weeks ago, the Brooklyn-based Leons posted an Instagram photo of himself with a bunch of his favorite bands, including The Beach Kids, Talking Heads, Guns N’ Roses, Pearl, and others.
“When I started writing songs, I was trying to be as free as possible and try to write