From Area 51 to the Salton Sea, the new song highlights strange travel suggestions from the CMH Label Group president and his quirky friend.
Feel like traveling along Nevade State Route 357, the famed "ET Highway" that includes a missle range and Area 51? What about visiting the abandoned Lake Dolores Waterpark outside of Barstow, California or spending the night in the super creepy Old Tonopah clown-themed motel, conveniently located next to an unfortunate-looking cemetery?
Well, then you can go do that with Sharon, friend to record label president David Haerle and his partner Erica. The couple insist roadside attractions like the Desert Aircraft Boneyard and the apocolyptic Salton Sea are really not their thing. But their friend Sharon would probably be into it.
And there you have the quirky premise for the strangely delightful guitar-driven ballad "Go Do That With Sharon," the first track off of Haerle's upcoming album Death Valley -- named after Death Valley National Park, the crème de la crème of unfathomably odd locales that have no explainable rationale for existing.