MP3 Don Lyman - That's All I Wanted To Say
“That‘s All I Wanted To Say”, is warm, uncomplicated, and has something to say. Introspective lyrics accented with sweet guitar licks and layered harmonies. “Smart, understated, and adult, with a rich tone and clarity of voice." Mark Baxter,vocal coach
7 MP3 Songs in this album (26:21) !
Related styles: FOLK: Folk-Rock, POP: Folky Pop
Don Lyman is a singer-songwriter from the Boston area. Lyman’s new cd, “That‘s All I Wanted To Say”, is warm, uncomplicated, and has something to say. His introspective lyrics are accented with sweet guitar licks and layered harmonies. His cd is being released as part of a new radio promotion campaign on a variety of stations across the U.S., and will feature "Earthquake Weather (radio edit)" as the focus single.
Lyman has played with various bands as a rythm guitarist and vocalist. Most recently he performed with the band "Lyman, Hulse, and Bouchie". The band performed at Boston area colleges and clubs including the Kendall Cafe, the Sky Bar, Merrimack College, Mass. College of Pharmacy, Tufts University, and The Squealing Pig. His first cd, “You’ll Come Back Dreamer”, released in 2001, featured an eclectic musical mix of acoustic, folk-rock, and rock n’ roll.
Lyman''s cd has received airplay on numerous radio stations including KUSP in Santa Cruz, CA, KWCW in Walla Walla, WA, KUMD in Duluth, MI, KPFT in Houston, TX, KTEQ in Rapid City, SD, WDCB in Chicago, IL, WEFT in Champaign, IL, WSBF in Greenville, SC, WBGU in Bowling Green, OH, WAPS in Akron, OH, WRSU in New York, NY, KUSU at Utah State University, WPKN in Bridgeport, CT, WMBR in Cambridge, MA, CVUE in Roberts Creek, BC, CIUT in Toronto, Ontario, Baker Street Radio Show, ALBI, France, and Ison Live Radio ZFM, Newcastle NSW, Australia.
“[Earthquake Weather] sounds great! A classic folk song...”
Ralph Murphy, V.P, ASCAP
“Smart, understated, and adult, with a rich deep tone and clarity of voice so often lacking in the singer/songwriter genre."
Mark Baxter, vocal coach (Aerosmith, Goo Goo Dolls, Johnny Lang)
"Don''s easy going folk rock has a story telling quality reminiscent of 60''s artists like Gordon Lightfoot and John Prine."
MadMonk, New Artist Radio