Early March will see the release of my 7th single release through Triplestrand Production out of Minnesota. The last 6 releases have all done exceedingly well on international radio from New Zealand and Australia, Western Europe and the South western United States.
My new release is a song call “ Ten More Miles” from an album recorded in 1982! The song, performance and production still stands up after all these years. “ Ten More Miles” has been in the top three songs played on my Reverbnation page as well as on my Soundcloud account. I wrote “Ten More Miles” in the summer of 1971 while working on Kinbasket forestry lookout up on the Big Bend of the Columbia River. The tune was influenced by “the Brand New Tennessee Waltzl by the late Jesse Winchester, “Dire Wolf” by the Grateful Dead” and “the Cremation of Sam McGee” by the Canadian poet Robert Service.
Needless to say, I was quite pleased when Triplestrand picked “Ten More Miles” for this release. The song Canadiana in its heart and soul!. Folks in Mountain View and Menlo Park California thanks for playing this song on SoundCloud and thanks to my peers and contemporaries on Reverbnation for the attention given to the song also. Cheers, Cameron. Hey if you visit the page, leave a message, I really appreciate each and every visit it would just be nice to no your name and have an email address too.