Forest Sun Live in Concert
|Origin||Glens Falls, New York, United States|
|Instruments||Voice, guitar, piano, drums, ukulele, resonator guitar|
|Labels||Painted Sun Records|
Forest Sun is an Americana singer-songwriter from San Francisco, California.
Records and releases Plenty in San Francisco, California.
"in these ten small gems, Sun offers the Muse the gift of his voice to write and sing though. Traces of rock & roll's past, present, and hopefully future mingle with progressive folk music, textured, moody pop, and a healthy sense of literary finesse." Tom Jurek, All Music Guide
Performs at the Concord Pavilion opening for Jackson Browne, Keb Mo, and Steve Earle.
Releases For The Story.
"The highlight is the album's centerpiece track, "Always," a jazzy piano-based shuffle featuring guest vocals by the Be Good Tanyas' Jolie Holland." Stewart Mason, All Music Guide
Hosts Songbird Radio on KWMR in Point Reyes Station, California.
Performs at the Mountain Winery opening for the Beach Boys.
Releases Walk Though Walls on May 13.
Prompted by his mom's battle with cancer, Forest Sun begins a benefit project to support people with cancer and their families by hosting benefit concerts in Santa Fe, New Mexico which led to producing compilations CDs called Songs for Laura. These albums bring together over forty artists such as Sean Hayes, Animal Liberation Orchestra, Brett Dennen, Matt the Electrician, Tom Freund, Danny Schmidt, Libby Kirkpatrick, Anais Mitchell, The Mammals and Devon Sproule.
Releases two albums: So Nice and Harlequin Goodnight featuring songs with ALO and Sean Hayes.
Forest adds the musical collaboration of Ingrid Serban and the two begin to tour as a duo.
Forest Sun releases his first children's album, Just for Fun, a collection of original songs and Americana classics such as "You Are My Sunshine," and "Polly Wolly Doodle". The recordings feature members of Marley's Ghost and Ingrid Serban.
Forest records and releases Just Begun. The album features Tucsonian musicians such as Winston Watson, drummer for Bob Dylan and Lenny Kravitz, Jacob Valenzuela, trumpet player for Calexico and is recorded in Tucson, Arizona at Wavelab Studios, home to records by Amos Lee, Neko Case and Calexico.
|2003||For The Story|
|2005||Walk though Walls|
|2006||Dancing Again (Japanese release on Buffalo Records)|
|2008||Songs for Laura|
|2009||Songs for Laura Volume 2|
|2010||Just for Fun|