Singer/songwriter VINCENT POAG's sophomore album For the Girls is officially available on iTunes
now. The album reflects Poag's untethered artistic soul, traversing pop, jazz, country, balladry, world-music, and poetry. He creates a diverse tapestry of moods and styles on For the Girls, from love songs like "45 Mile An Hour Girl" and "Scarlett and Me," to the sad lullaby of "Waiting for Me." The album—fully produced and written by Vincent Poag—is the follow-up album to 2011's Circling Back.
In a recent interview with ArtistDirect.com, Poag discusses the significance of the track "Scarlett and Me," the first single released from the album. "I wrote this song in a lighthearted complimentary spirit with the hope of cracking a smile," explains Poag. "Hope you do."