Existentialism, stories deep in metaphor, archetypal psychology, and pondering beauty and meaning during a humdrum day are among the themes of solo acoustic singer/songwriter/novelist Judson Klein. Judson believes lyrics are essential to what a song can be. The overlooked but ubiquitous, the beautiful but tragic, the hope of what humanity could be, and those moments of clarity that don't come often enough, are in a narrative blended with unique classical, rock, and folk-like motifs.
Judson's first record is the four-song EP Ephemeral (2002), followed by the full-length Specters (2004),Maya (2005), Wabi and Overman ( both 2011). All will be available on itunes soon. If you would like any of the CDs, feel free to contact Judson at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Judson also has four novels (fantasy, short stories, non-fiction, lyrics/poetry) available on amazon.com and other e-outlets.