Big Stir Records
This Chicago modern pop/rock singer/songwriter has put out a fine album: very raw, but real, warm, but never wallows in pain, or whines.
The two happier songs are the opener, “It’s OK,” and the closer, “(Who Am I) To Ask You.” In "It's OK" he worries if he is okay, but concludes that he is. "(Who Am I)" is about an ordinary guy asking the belle of the club to dance.
In the end, it’s a gentle, contemplative album, and rewards the listener with things to think about.