Acoustic singer/songwriter Christopher Battles is inspired by existential folk musicians of the Civil Rights Era, his jazz and classical studies, and the unplugged storytellers of the 90's. With a humanistic heart and incisive mind, Christopher writes titles like "Miles Upon Miles," "The Road is Longer Yet," "Clown Parade," and "A Fighting Chance." For more information and to contact go to http://www.ChristopherBattlesMusic.com or email info [at] christopherbattlesmusic.com
A classically trained musician, graduate of the Crane School of Music, Christopher is a veteran performer. Recently holding residencies at the Brooklyn Knitting Factory and the Path Café in New York City, his Miles Upon Miles EP was released at Rockwood Music Hall in June 2012. The title track led his way to the top of ReverbNation charts and stirred a following in New York. As momentum builds, his career has been chronicled by NPR affiliate North Country Public Radio, had airplay on SIRIUS XM RADIO’s The Village, hosted fundraisers, and has played guerrilla showcases at the NERFA.