Get Quenched With Cody Jasper’s New Soul-Funk-Rock Single ‘Disco Lemonade’

Cody Jasper of Moon Fever

By Anita Stewart, Managing Editor

New Single Release: “Disco Lemonade

Release Date: April 22, 2022

Cody Jasper’s “Disco Lemonade”

Get ready to groove, dance and work up a sweat! As a follow up to the song “Higher Power” and it’s huge wall of sound, this steaming single by Cody Jasper, the former front man for the band Moon Fever has elements of rock, soul and funk and is pumping us up for the long, hot summer to come! On this song, Cody’s expert vocals float between a deep register to a falsetto in all the right places and the guitar work slams. The single “Disco Lemonade” is off of his upcoming full length album set for release later this year.

Cody’s been on the music scene for a long time and hails from the big sky country of Amarillo, Texas. He is not only a songwriter and performer but has produced his music and created his videos too. Rock at Night has covered his former band and musical project, Moon Fever several times and you can read about the last time we saw them in Orlando, Florida right HERE. While with Moon Fever, Cody and his band-mates generated millions of streams on the music platforms and supported other musical luminaries on the road such as Eric Gales, Buckcherry, Shooter Jennings and Los Lobos.

Cody Jasper

Cody Jasper has been writing kick-ass music since 2014 and has toured through Europe to support it as well. Some of his influences include: Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Waylon Jennings. One can hear the music genres infused into his tunes; blues, rock, outlaw country, neo-soul to name a few. And there is so much more to come as Cody Jasper has written over 200 songs this year alone!

About “Disco Lemonade” and the song’s accompanying video, Rock at Night says:

“This song has everything and we love it; stunning visuals in the accompanying video that include desert scenes, a fancy pink antique car and the musicians playing in a roller skating rink–and some are on skates as well! The lighting is subdued in red as the song plays. The tempo starts out slow but ends up in a crescendo of guitars, keys and drums that will delight the senses and make the listener want to hear more! Put your lighters up for this one! And Cody, where did you get those glittery boots?”







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