Armed with an arsenal of over 300 original songs, Chris Howe has been a music lover all of his life. His songs are personal, intimate affairs that display the maturity of a writer that knows when not to hold back. Chris has played many successful shows throughout the New England area with his band, The Wood Floors, at venues such as Milly's Tavern, O'Donnell's, and Nashua Garden to name a few. Like one of his many influences, Neil Young, there is no one genre he fits in. His songs cross the boundaries of Rock, Folk, Punk, and Alt-Country. On his first solo release 'Kimberley Says...' he relies heavily on simple acoustic arrangements that showcase the lyrics. Highlights include: Someday, I'm Sure, I Still Cry and Not Young Anymore. Here's a review of I Still Cry, from Garageband.com believe in love. I'm getting to know someone.someone who values the relationships they share.Someone who would trade anything they posess for the one they love,knowing that the return on their investment is far more than anything else this world can offer,A legacy. This song is heartfelt,thoughtful and real.the world needs more songs like this.and,may I also say that it is songs like these, that connect with all kinds of people in various times of life,pain,love times of loss. ^#^you get it.
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