Hey! You've found your way to my bio page, so I guess I should tell you a bit about myself.
I'm not sure why or when exactly I developed my love for music, but looking back I'd say it was clearly at a very young age. Long before I had command of the English language, I would stand in front of anyone who would listen to tell them my "stories" -- basically the fervent gesticulation and incoherent rambling of a toddler lasting as long as an "audience" was willing to indulge. Fast forward a bit, Sky-sky learns English, and little three year old Me begins walking around the house with a broomstick pretending to be Clapton and belting out the chorus of "Layla." Shortly thereafter, I was given my first guitar, wrote my first song, and the evolution of my story-telling began its long journey to it's present state.
To date, I have published two records. The first, "Moving On," was strongly influenced by my time in New York's West Village. Fresh off an emotional roller coaster of a break-up, I spent my nights ambling from one open mic to the next, coping through music and cutting my teeth in some of the very clubs where my idols did the same. The second, "Until the Last Light Fades," forgoes the folk-stylings of the previous EP and is instead a rough and tumble exploration of the rock and blues I've always held close to heart. Recorded at Brick Hill Studios in Orleans, Ma with good friends Jon Evans and Brad Conant, the full length album is the product of several years of amassed songs whittled down to eleven, and hundreds (if not thousands) of hours thinking through every single detail for maximum impact. To say that I am proud of what we have created would be an understatement -- I know I'm biased (I mean we made the darn thing), but it's good. And you should go listen to it. Like, now... (www.schuylergrantmusic.bandcamp.com)
Anyways, that's more or less my story. I could ramble on like a toddler for hours but I'll just sum it up by saying that I don't always know what I'm doing, but I do know that I love doing it.
Thank you for your indulgence and support, see you somewhere.