Richard Provan 9

@quork 

Whitehorse Canada   Jan 31


Artist Bio

Influences:   Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, Tom Waits Steve Earle, David Bowie, Counting Crows, Greg Brown, Elton John/Bernie Taupin

Open stage performer (guitar, mouth harp and mandolin) and a song writer for a third of a century (at a rate of a finished song every two years, so I hope FAWM speeds up my productivity!).

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  • @zecoop  Mar 10

    I really appreciated you taking the time to listen and leave such a nice comment... 😀

  • @piney  Mar 10

    Thank you!

  • @ihelen  Mar 10

    I had to look up where your part of Canada is on the map just now. I hadn't realized you were that far up north! So cold... Perhaps I should've been sending you warm thoughts instead. 🔥🌋💥🍵☕️😊

  • @pcob1993  Mar 4

    Thank you Richard, Fawm is my galvanizer too... I'll listen to your songs and get back to you in a few hours. Ciao
    Pearse

  • @konemake  Mar 1

    Thank you really much for your comments and amazing songs. People like you are one the main reasons I like FAWM.

  • @juoppis  Feb 28

    Thanks for your great comment on You Haven't Heard The Last From Us! I'm glad you liked it 😀

  • @lowhum  Feb 28

    Thanks for the mando girl comment! I guess there something in the air this February all around the globe 😀)

  • @sueawesome Feb 28

    thank you so much for the thoughts you shared
    it's hard to know what would read as a good line to musicians from a non-musician

  • @jessica14  Feb 24

    Thank you so much for your feedback on "breaking no more bread". I wasn't sure if this song was a keeper, but due to your lovely feedback and think I'll keep working on to see where it takes me:-)

  • @mishykatz  Feb 24

    Thanks for the feedback on Sweet Six Strings! Much appreciated!

  • @roysmith  Feb 20

    Ha, winging it is what I do...will give it a go...

  • @thebschip Feb 18

    Thanks for coming by to listen! I have finally gotten to catch up on thank yous and post demos. A Win for the Dark Mind has a demo up, if you wanted to hear it. I look forward to hearing yours, too. Watchlisting, so I can stay a little more up to date. ...Hopefully... Time seems to be always out of my reach.

  • @russiasaturn  Feb 13

    Hey there, thanks for the comments on Beyond! I'm gonna see what I can do about the bass line you suggested, sounded like a good idea 😀

  • @boyatheart  Feb 13

    Thank you Richard for the comment on "Do Shadows Dream of Light".
    And what a comment. I'm glad you enjoyed the song. 😀

  • @francessmith Feb 13

    Thanks for listening and commenting on my song, Break. Hope that you find FAWM a good way of increasing productivity.

  • @guatecoop  Feb 12

    Thank you! Middle ground is a good thing. Whenever the actions of anyone infringe upon the rights of others, there is a problem. Classic 2 wrongs don't make a right...or in these modern times, 1657 wrongs still don't justify a wrong. I think there is a sense of desperation here in the US right now because the true character (or lack thereof) has shown its ugly face and people are feeling powerless and scared. Though, that still does not validate social injustice towards even those whose actions are ugly. I hope that you come up with something!

  • @misterd Feb 12

    Some good stuff here ! Well done !

  • @gordon Feb 11

    Thanks for listening. Greetings from snowy Amsterdam.

  • @natalieedelson  Feb 11

    Thank you for your kind words on "crevasse" 🙏

  • @lowhum  Feb 9

    Glad you like! Greetings from the Black Sea!

  • @cloudboy  Feb 8

    In my 7 years, this is the second time a song of mine has been recommended. I appreciate you taking to time to listen. I hope to see you back.

  • @igg  Feb 8

    Thanks for your kind comments...Appreciated...

  • @natalieedelson  Feb 5

    Thanks for listening and for your comments on " heartbeats". Looking forward to hearing you !

  • @billwhite51 Feb 3

    thanks for yur comments on the nickel ride. i screwed up the phrasing on the spoken word linoleum line, and didnt want to redo the whole song for a proper take on it because it took so many takes to get one as good as this one. but when delivered properly, it is even more harsh, but more in character and works ike a tough guy lie from a movie, but i stumbled through it and it doesnt work so well. thanks for mentioning it, as it encourages me to try so more takes later on until i get it right

  • @natalieedelson  Feb 2

    Allo!

  • @tiller2  Feb 2

    Greetings from Mordor (Wash DC)! I hope you have a great first FAWM.

  • @nancyrost  Feb 1

    Welcome to FAWM!

  • @helene  Feb 1

    Welcome on board!

  • @pipewrench67  Feb 1

    Hey, hey, nice pic. 3 years ago I was in the same boat (2-3 songs a year) since joining FAWM in 2015 I've written about 60, it'll get you going. Good luck.