Bill Wren is often referred to as the Rare Texas Songbird, in a declaration I thought appropriate having the surname Wren, yet it uniquely describes his musical aspirations and return flight to perfection. First playing bass in a Rock band, Bill realized after one stellar show in front of a crowd gone wild audience, music was his final destination.
One Day in a Life does seem to facilitate a level of relaxation one person can easily enjoy alone, morning, noon or night, but with such an engaging album like this one, it is always best experienced in the company of good friends.
Recently I published a review about his release and there one song of many that stood out. As it turns out there is a great video of Bill Wren’s song En Mai, taken from a concert in Jacksonville Florida last October.
Bill’s good friend Frank Ralls produced and directed, edited the video, along with playing Keyboards and percussion. Brittany Maroney is the cellist also giving a wonderful performance in front of a live audience.
It’s difficult to accurately describe great music in written text at times, so here is your chance to hear En Mai for yourself and below is my review quote. Visit billwrenmusic.com to sample. Learn more about Bill and visit his CDBaby.com page. Read my album review at our page dedicated to Bill Wren.
Much like the song En Mai, lavish cello entries appear to drift and sway in time to gentle winds and deep sentimental overtones, with an emphasis on instrumental soloists as the chosen method to hallmark every occasion in this album of versatility.