Take 1 part Australian Singer/Songwriter Ben Riddle, add 2 parts Americana Rockers The Fallen Stars and you get Riddle & The Stars.
"The ethereal sound of Gram Parsons...the storytelling of Townes Van Zandt...One of the prettiest albums I've heard in a while." ~Orange County Music Examiner
We've re-released this album with 5 new bonus tracks!
"Where the Road Bends" is a well-crafted album with songs about out-of-the-way places, busted relationships, and escaping (both the law and your hometown). The band deftly follows the musical storytelling tradition of Bruce Springsteen, Steve Earle, and Gram Parsons.
Five original songs inspired by the first five episodes of Firefly:
- Still Flying (Ep. 1: Serenity)
- Right Thing To Do (Ep. 2: The Train Job)
- Nothing (Ep. 3: Bushwhacked)
- Stronger than Steel (Ep. 4: Shindig)
- Big Damn Hero (Ep. 5: Safe)
50% of all Leaves on the Wind sales goes to Equality Now!
NOTE ABOUT T-SHIRT STYLES AND SIZES
We will no longer refer to "Men's" and "Women's" t-shirt styles but rather "Unisex" and "Fitted." Click here for actual measurements of each style and size so you can rock the fit you want without gender stereotypes!
Don't have a cd player and don't like dealing with downloads - I got you covered! Buy one of these USB sticks and not only do you get "Motel Americana", "Pacific Coast Skyline" and "Two Sides To This Town" & "The Red Wheelbarrow" but you also get all the artwork and some fun goodies as well!
Tired of carrying all your TFS cds around to the beach and on vacation - well here's where you can get "found & lost", "Where the road bends", "Heart Like Mine" and "Way Out West" all in a portable thumbdrive that will fit in your pocket. Fun bonus things inside! Four albums for the price of three!
Get the music out of your head and onto a cd!
Singer/Songwriters, sessions, producing, jingles, commercials, soundtracks, bands, e-sessions. In-house guitar, mandolin, lap/pedal steel and other gear and eclectic instruments available. My studio charge is $40 an hour. This can be prepaid in advance, just add how many hours you think you'll need.