Indo-Canadian Folk
. . . Eastern rhythms & melodies meet Western Folk-Rock  

The video for I'm Still Me is here!

Hi folks, hope all is well.

As many of you know, for the past year I have been playing music for folks with brain injuries at Semiahmoo House.

After getting to know these amazing individuals, I was overwhelmed with the stories they had to share. I wanted to write a song, but using their stories to form the message, so I jotted down their notes and we came up with I'm Still Me.

About 30 of these new friends recently joined me in a recording session at Blue Frog Studios: please enjoy the video below, and check out the accompanying press release.

All the best,


p.s. Don't forget my new weekly gig, Writers in the Night, an open mic show featuring original compositions — singers, songwriters, spoken word, poetry, and storytelling — Thursday nights from 8pm 'til late, at Judge Begbie's Tavern in New Westminster.

All of My Music available for purchase on CD Baby, iTunes (here too), Amazon, and Google Play.

A complete list of sample clips and purchase options is available on our “music page”.

Please enjoy a preview clip of each track from The Man Cold...

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“ A-ha, here is a songwriter and a singer who understands
who he is and where he sits in the world. ”

Wyckham Porteous,                                  

“ The album shows that it was time to...
show himself as the musician and singer he has become. ”

— Tom Harrison

“ He takes chances though. He does this with an appreciable honesty and evident sincerity. Straight goods, likeable. ”

— Tom Harrison

If world-famous ghazal singer Jagjit Singh were to share a hookah
with Neil Young, the result would be Indo-Canadian Folk.

“ For the first time in a long while, I realized that I was literally listening to — and almost touching — the ‘soul’ of an artist. ”

— Cendrine Marrouat

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