Music for St Davids Day in Wales

Happy St Davids Day!  Here is the Welsh landscape in all its natural glory….the song is the the title track from my “Time Stands Still” album from 2009

Time Stands Still

Lovely itunes customer review for “Time Stands Still”, thank you Brewmaestro 🙂

TSS cover

Something special

by Brewmaestro

There’s something very unique and special about Mike Howe’s music and his sound. This is not your typical New Age guitar music. This music touches me instantly and continually. Beautiful, peaceful, and relaxing, yes, but there’s something more that seems so natural, yet very special. I learned (from RealMusic) that Mike is a Welsh national park ranger. “I hope that people can hear the deep-felt respect for people and wild lands in my music and that it helps bring peace, warmth and curiosity to a small part of their day.” I do, and it does. Thanks, Mike.

Press acclaim for “Heading West”

Heading West, which marks Howe’s fourth journey with Real Music, features some of his most sublime music to date.  The guitar is central on this release, featuring warm, carefree strumming that is accented by keyboards, piano and rhythm.  Songs like “Old Wooden House” and “American Travels” have a pensive beauty to them — the guitar harmonies bear a reflective essence, as if Howe is wandering through old haunts reminiscing of past joys.  “Badlands” ups the tempo a bit and adds a bit of bluesy groove, while maintaining Howe’s signature laid-back flair.  A must listen for fans of relaxing guitar music.

Dan Cowan, Music Design/New Sound

My 4th album “Heading West” is released worldwide today :)

Heading West

See details of where it is available to buy under “Albums” above

Press acclaim for Mike Howe’s new album “Heading West”

“Despite growing up and living an ocean away, there is no denying that Howe is able to faithfully recreate the spirit and the soul of the American west.  What results is something refreshing and utterly unique that makes this disc into one of the best we’ve reviewed in the last 12 months.” – James McQusiton, Neufutur Magazine

Award-Winning Multi-Instrumentalist, Composer and Ecologist

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