n addition to producing other artists this summer, Shane has begun production for his follow up to Bliss to be released in early 2019.
Since his debut The Middle Way in 2005, Alexander has forged a singular style blending west coast folk, rock and psychedelia into a successful sound that has appeared in over 100 television shows and films.
Touring the US and 11 other countries both as a headliner, and supporting acts like Bon Iver, Jewel, John Hiatt, Suzanne Vega, Seal, Styx and Yes, the fiercely independent artist has developed a loyal international fanbase, further enhanced in recent months when 'Skyway Drive-In', a solo acoustic track from the album Ladera, crossed over 14 million streams on Spotify.
The new album – Alexander's first self production, was the first record made at his new Buddhaland Studios facility in Southern California. Bliss is a timeless tribute to the artist's classic rock influences, featuring Alexander’s crystalline tenor and deft acoustic guitar work at the heart of all the tracks.
For all of the heartache and lessons learned on the album, the closing title track leaves the listener on a sublime note of peace and forgiveness, one that is mirrored in the cover image, hand-drawn by veteran rock and roll artist Alan Forbes.
Since the release of Bliss, and tours in The United States and Europe, Shane produced Shelby Figueroa’s debut Highwire (which reached NUMBER ONE on Amazon’s Singer/Songwriter chart) and Sallstrom’s EP Strangers Like Us - to be released in late spring.
Sob Sister is the music project of California based singer songwriter Caden Gray. His self-produced album Pansy, was released Fall of 2016. The album is composed of ten songs written and arranged by Gray, who also provides vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, autoharp, and flute. Gray has appeared on television shows such as Glee, Hannah Montana, Maron, Victorious, Zeke and Luther, Out of Jimmy's Head, and received a Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music where he majored in songwriting.