Hailing from Cleveland, this gifted singer, songwriter and musician initially started playing hockey aged 5. Ten years later he got introduced to the guitar. Since then his voice can be heard on songs by Aloe Blacc and Lauryn Hill and he shared the stage with legends such as George Clinton and Lalah Hathaway. Now based in Omaha, he debuted his raw honest and fierce sound on his album “Wasteland” in 2019.
Although the song can be found on his debut album, it’s now released as his first single on his new record label Color Red. Singing about his cousin, Lowell Ensel, who died from testicular cancer aged 20, he pours pure emotion into every note and lets his guitar tell the story as much as his coarse vocal grit. This cinematic blues-rock tribute captures both the grief as well as celebrate his sunlit life.