Music Monk 14

@dudachris

Niagara Falls Canada   Jan 2012


Artist Bio

Influences:   Martyn Joseph, Stan Rogers, Raine Maida, Ben Harper, U2, Beatles, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bob Dylan, Switchfoot, Sufjan Stevens, Five Iron Frenzy, and endless more :D

Chris is a student and church associate. He resides and works with The Bridge Niagara in Niagara Falls, ON and studies a few days a week at Wycliffe College (University of Toronto) on a Masters in Theology and Community Development.

A veteran of many FAWMs (some completed, some not, all awesome) 

Chris is also a singer-songwriter, a budding activist, an amateur team sports guy and is trying to more regular participate in the local FILK scene. Extremely outgoing, eclectic and kind hearted he loves people and conversation so drop him a line.

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  • @ductapeguy 3 weeks

    Yay. Finish line. See you next week.

  • @cicpisces 3 weeks

    @dudachris issue solved. Love the music. Such a sweet gentle melody. Really nice.

  • @cicpisces 3 weeks

    @dudachris Hey thanks for the music. I'm having trouble listening. Not sure if it's just me. I get one beat and it stops.

  • @cicpisces 3 weeks

    @dudachris Hi, happy for you to put music to my lyrics.. 'Eyes to Cry'. Thanks.

  • @jendistad  4 weeks

    Hi dudachris! It's great to "see" you here! 😀

  • @hornesgiftshop  4 weeks

    Thanks for the comment on ‘Foreign Child’. A rare appreciation for that one.

  • @chrisshepard 4 weeks

    Hey! I'm going to listen soon. Thanks for your comments! I remember you! I see you did a parody. I was thinking about doing one and now, you've given me license by precedent! More later...

  • @zxcvbnm  5 weeks

    Thanks for your comment on my War song.

  • @plog  6 weeks

    Thanks for the comment. Though not inspired by videogames! 😉 I might switch my hosting of tracks to my own server. Seems the fawm hosting isn't secure https...

  • @nuj4x 7 weeks

  • @devin  7 weeks

    This thing.

    This FAWM thing.

    Let’s do this thing!