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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Charles J Tan - Maybe Somewhere North

Charles J Tan - Maybe Somewhere North

Charles J Tan - Maybe Somewhere North
With vocal and music comparisons to the likes of John Mayer, Tracy Chapman and Paul Simon, Charles J Tan has received 2 nominations (2010, 2012) as Finalist for MusicOz Awards and was the winner of the inaugural, The Storytellers, singer-songwriter competition in Melbourne in 2009.

He has travelled and toured various cities such as Nashville, Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Cairns, Paris & Cannes. A Singaporean native, he is based in Melbourne, Australia where he shuttles between the two homes.

Since his first EP release, The Pelham Sessions, Charles has toured relentlessly performing at residencies, major industry showcases (Music Matters Singapore 2011, MIDEM in France 2012), festivals (Bay Beats Music Festival 2011, Cairns Ukulele Festival 2011) and support tours with artists like Clara C, Jayesslee and Brooke Fraser.

Maybe Somewhere North (the new long play album) represents a departure from the sound of the last EP (The Pelham Sessions) with these 12 new songs spanning a spectrum of emotions and stories that delve into an intimate world of heartbreak and love, questions and resolutions. Maybe Somewhere North is an honest and at times quietly brutal album that will leave a sweet after taste in your ear.

About this track...

Title track of the album. Sets a somewhat spiritual rootsy tone for the record - a sublime reflection of the journey as a musical pilgrim, finding refuge and solace, falling in love, finding my foot as a songwriter, performer, nomad. Features the organic sounds of the banjo & ukulele.

Other tracks by Charles J Tan: Terrified  -  On Your Side  
Number Of People In Act 5 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Melbourne
Taken From The Release Titled Maybe Somewhere North
Copyright Holder's Name Charles J Tan
Media Servicing Date 2013-04-29
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Acoustic
Genre 3 Roots
Genre 4 Easy Listening
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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