Shane Palko is an alternative folk musician from Pennsylvania, based out of Delaware. His lyrics are largely inspired by traveling—which he does often. He has gigged extensively throughout the Northeastern United States as well as Canada, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, South Africa and Swaziland.
His most recent album, “Good Times,” was recorded on 8-track tape and mastered by Don Grossinger, who has worked with the likes of Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The songs are light-hearted in content and tambour.
Shane’s next album is already written and recorded. Entitled, “Emerging,” it will dig into deeper lyrical realms and social critique. Instrumentally, it will soar upwards into forty-plus part song arrangements, including, harp, strings, guitars of all varieties, vocals and a menagerie of unusual instruments. This album will be released on December 7th in Bangkok, Thailand. Starting in December, each week, one song from the new album will be published in video format, leading up to the complete album’s release in the USA on February 15th, 2014.