May he be performing in Concert for Children and their Families, Grown-ups or for All Ages.
His performances are varied in themes; positive, upbeat, interactive, age appropriate and feature songs from his four family friendly CD recordings.
As well as delightfully includes some brand new songs, stories and pretty instrumentals you will enjoy to discover.
Ish is a Singer, Songwriter and Storyteller and draws on his extensive repertoire of self-penned songs, off the wall stories, poems and amusing observations of everyday life we all can relate to.
Composing on guitar, mandolin, banjo, dulcimer, harmonica and melodica, his style is best described as a combination of thoughtfully written story telling lyrics played in a Folk, Bluegrass, Blues, Soft Rock and Country genre.
Ish has released four wonderfully produced recordings; two for Children and their Families; Cardboard Wings & Never Say Never.
He has also proudly released a Roots & Blues CD for Grown-ups entitled, Go West on 17 and his latest, an All Ages CD entitled,
Up Fish Creek. That's a carefree, poignant and wildly energetic collection of imaginative songs and instrumentals that was written, arranged and produced for young and old alike to enjoy.
WE ARE VERY PROUD TO SAY THAT ...
Ish's CD recording, Never Say Never, was Nominated by the
Western Canadian Music Awards as Children's Album of the Year, 2012.
TAKE A LISTEN, TAKE A LOOK & ENJOY
NEVER SAY NEVER
by Ish & Friends
Although best known as a Children’s and Family Concert, Recording Artist, Ish enjoys writing and sharing his Songs and Stories from a Grown-up point of view too.
OUR BIG HIT
by Ish & Friends
It’s about love and fascination with a truly imaginative and catchy chorus that says it all.
“Our love is bigger than the Beatles; last longer than the Rolling Stones and sweeter than Peter, Paul & Mary. Our loving hearts have found a loving home; our loving hearts have found a loving home.”
This song relates to Ish discovering that his home had been burglarized and that his favorite guitar was stolen. And how he has risen above, found a way to release the anger, pay homage to his old guitar and have some fun.
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