By the mid 90's, the live music scene in Australia and was changing, so John decided to reinvent himself. Got his original song's together, headed into the studio and started to document what he'd written over the last 20 or so years. 2 solo albums, then using local session gunslingers, he recorded albums Baggage Call/The Broadway Mile/Driftwood Serenade and now his current release (produced by Emmy award winning producer Sean Carey at Church Street Studios in Camperdown) A Dozen Different Ways. Band included Beau Golden, Jy Perry Banks, Matt Druery, Peter Marcus Holden and the golden syrupy voices of Laura Stitt and Miranda Carey.
John writes and sings his unique style all based on true stories from a life spent musing, wandering, laughing and trying to understand.
About this track...
I wanted an old timey feeling and I think we got it. It's a song about being welcomed even if you're a stranger. And then taking that feeling with you wherever you go.
Other tracks by John Glase: That Jukebox - Anywhere is Somewhere (with you)