Something Old New Again
Herwin's space craft originally touched down in New York City's Lower East Side during the decade known as the 1980s. Being of a higher order of intelligence he quickly realized that the easiest way to communicate with earthlings was through music. He purchased his signature 12 string Hagstrom electric guitar from a wino on Bleecker and Bowery and immediately set about teaching himself to sing, play and write songs that would melt event the coldest of hearts. The wino's heart he roasted over an open fire and ate on a piece of melba toast. "Something Old New Again" spans a number of phases in Herwin's extra terrestrial musical development. It includes tracks he recorded alone on the coldest and most distant of Jupiter's moons as well as songs he recorded with other earthlings in the city of New York. Herwin's style can loosely be described as "alt rock" although he has also been influenced by the music of Africa as evidenced by tracks like: "Survival", "Take Back" and "Mundaye Zunlah". Beware! Herwin's seductive tenor voice, jangling guitars and infectious pop melodies have been known to hypnotize and entrance even the most vigilant of earthlings! With songs catchier than the Ebola virus, Herwin's hooks will grab you and they won't let go! Listen at your own risk!