the wayne fishell experiment

For fans of:Joni Mitchell, Jason Mraz, Crosby, Stills, and Nash

The wayne fishell experiment came into existence with a singular objective: to bring the musical art of gay-acoustic-indie-folk-pop to the world! Born in the fateful Spring of 2004 when Wayne Fishell and cohort and collaborator extraordinaire big.peaches, or Keith Miller as he is also known, took the stage for the first time, a grand time was had by all, both in attendance as well as performing. From that moment forward, there was no turning back.

The experiment's debut album, "optimistically hopeless", was released in February 2007 to rapturous reviews. And while the band is no longer together, Wayne continues to carry the torch. The long-awaited sophomore release, "teardrops for the audio soul", would not come until August 3rd, 2014, but any fear the time between albums was wasted vanishes the instant you hear the poignant lyrics and evolved soundscapes on display on the album.

"In the living room", the experiment's third studio album, arrived on January 31st, 2015, cementing them as a force to be reckoned with. Featuring a more nuanced and mature sound, and a sincere, inspired lyricism, "in the living room" presents the experiment to you at the height of their considerable ability.

The journey is far from over. The best lies ahead for fans of the experiment and for lovers of gay-acoustic-indie-folk-pop all over the world. We'll see you soon! Enjoy!