Juliana – A Song for Orphans

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Not wanted by her family, an orphan sets out to make it on her own. She closes the door to her biological parent’s home, unwanted, and walks down the long dirt country road for the last time. She is now … Continued

Letters From Adeline

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Mr. Foxx Frequency is a music channel that features melancholy indie folk music. It’s quite addicting. Once you start listening it’s hard to stop — especially nice for mellow mornings and late nights. Listen to Letters From Adeline on Mr … Continued

Lovers Impromptu: The Song & Video (Interview)

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What was your thought process in the beginning stages of writing the song, “Lovers Impromptu”?   My wife and I were in Bardejov, Slovakia; a city in the east of the country that has an intact medieval town square with … Continued

The Kinora Album Cover

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“Kinora” is a collaborative musical collage inspired by the ups & downs of my personal journey. Having the opportunity to work with brilliant musicians both locally and internationally, the songs have a quality of world music. The album cover is … Continued

What’s Spinning?

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I’ve been fascinated with all sorts of vinyl record animations during the creation of the “Kinora” album. The album concept is centered around animated pictures put to music; taking inspiration from simple animated toys such as the phenakistiscope or praxinoscope. … Continued

Tragedy, Change, Romance

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Music is personal. It’s a laying open of oneself. Sir Edward William Elgar said of his Cello Concerto, “If ever after I’m dead you hear someone whistling this tune on the Malvern Hills, don’t be alarmed. It’s only me.” Music … Continued

Mischief, Mystique and the Muse

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Singer-songwriter Jade Alger is of another time and place. An otherworldly dreaminess pervades all 15 songs on his forthcoming album, Unfolding the Muse, to be released September 9, 2016. A master of atmosphere, Jade engages his audience through emotion and … Continued