“Living A Lie,” The Latest Album out in the U.S.

 

Catch the title track's premiere on Netflix's "Flaked" Episode 3 of the latest season. More tracks have been given a spin on Sirius XM's "The Loft," KCRW, KRCC and NPR affiliates around the country.  

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BORN OUT OF MANY THINGS...

...manifested at Wright Way Studios in Baltimore. Engineered by Steve Wright and mastered by Anthony Eichler, we cooked. Recorded ensemble pieces featuring instruments like the Hammond B3, Rhodes, piano, cello, viola, violin, pedal steel, electric and acoustic guitars, you'll get symphonic, groove-based songs. Self-released (in the U.S.), the album has been well-received with the title track premiering on an episode of Netflix's "Flaked" - curated by tastemakers Chris Douridas (KCRW) and Chris Muckley (KCRW) with several other tracks getting spins on Sirius XM's "The Loft" and a number of NPR affiliates.  

The Dreamers and I toured nationally (U.S.) in support of the disc, stopping to perform at radio stations, music clubs, universities and shops. We are partnering for a European release and tour in support, in addition to another U.S. leg. More information to be announced...

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Released in 2015

“Up and Away” listed on NPR Public Radio's #1 Songs Of 2015

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Released in 2013 

 

“I Have Been Lost” premiered on American Songwriter

 
If the amazing vocal — which conjures up Van Morrison, Tim and Jeff Buckley and somehow, Led Zeppelin — doesn’t seduce your spirit, try resisting the alchemy of acoustic guitar, strings and pedal steel.
— NPR
Stirring and well-crafted songs.
— Hype machine
Full of energy and emotion.
— magnet
Rad...a warm, folksy fusion of twangy acoustic guitar and slick pedal steel, laced with pulse-setting shakers.
— washington city paper
Drawing comparisons to My Morning Jacket, Dawes and Blitzen Trapper, [he is] more than up to the task of joining such names.
— american songwriter
...clearly a remarkable talent.
— Popmatters
...a striking album of hyper-personal folk of the finest kind: extremely intimate songs that are transmuted through clever wordplay and layered arrangements that afford a universal accessibility.
— GLIDE MAgazine
...mysterious beauty...provides a long lasting impression.
— New Noise Magazine
The gorgeous orchestral arrangements pair perfectly with the song’s expressive lyrics.
— THE405