While visiting New York City in 2016 for the Independent Music Awards, held at the Lincoln Center, because his two songs “Home and FlyAway”, were up for awards, decided to stay in Brooklyn for an extra 5 weeks to experience life in the Big Apple, for an extended period of time. This meant he had to take the train back and forth into Manhattan every day, and sometimes twice a day for events and just to hang out.
One evening while walking down 14th street coming from Union Square, he was fighting the extremely cold wind about 10:00, and it was so painful to him, he started to call for his mother, whose long passed on, to somehow give him comfort. Then he began to utter the words “hold on, hold on.” He instantly felt a song coming on and started looking for a store to get supplies and CVS appeared.
He dashed across the traffic to the other side of the street and entered the store, and purchased paper and pen. As he walked out of the store he could no longer feel the bite of the cold, as it had been earlier, and continued to 7th and boarded the Subway Train back to Brooklyn. He immediately went to his living space and began to write “November In New York.” It describes his exciting and sometimes challenging stay in the most exciting city in the world, New York. Released this week 9/04/2018. Enjoy it for yourself, it being his 4th release in 2 years.
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