Lance Saint Ash
Christian progressive pop/rock. Musically infectious and lyrically insightful. Award-winning songwriting in production influenced by Peter Gabriel, Sting, and a-ha. Powerful listening experience in mixes by Grammy Award winner Phil Nicolo and mastering by world renowned Gateway Mastering Studios. +++++++++++++ 'His songwriting reflects an original spin on progressive pop music and features strong lyrics that delve deeply into both faith and social issues' - Servant's Heart 'Well-written and revealing lyrics birthed in a heart that clearly hungers for God, and a commitment to musical excellence' - Mark Tordoff, WMSJ 'Songs are well-constructed, he is obviously a good musician - the songwriting and vocal performances are solid' - New England Performer Magazine 'A very talented fellow. The musicality is of very high caliber and should be enough to establish it into a distribution pipeline and the hearts of many' - Harry Maslin, Hollywood's Imagine Studios 'This guy is awesome!' - Dan Pace, WHLD, Buffalo, NY 'His willingness to be vulnerable and reach out to others through his music is inspiring' - Focus on the Family Ash is a studied musician, graduating Magna Cum Laude from the world-renowned Berklee College of Music. He worked 10 years as an engineer in the upper echelon of the music industry, bringing connection to folks like Grammy Award ® winning mix engineer Phil Nicolo (who mixed Ash's album), the world famous Gateway Mastering Studios (where the album's final touches were given), Christian music luminary Steve Taylor (Newsboys, Sixpence None The Richer) and industry legend Kevin Killen (Peter Gabriel, U2, and countless others) provided personal encouragement during the four years it took to complete the album. Upon release, the album sold from Australia to Germany, several tracks were on radio, songs on the album received songwriting recognition, and Ash was invited to open for Dove ® and Grammy Award ® winner Nichole Nordeman. This album is what it sounds like when one man wrestles openly before God - the sin and the answer are both here. As Ash writes in brightest colours, "Our scars are marks of wisdom found..."