Randy Parsons is a songwriter, vocalist and composer, and plays acoustic/electric guitar and bass. His song “Lucia Walk on The Beach” was used in ABC Family's 2007 hit series, Falcon Beach, and his "Sag Harbor Blues" appeared in 2010 in PBS's "Roadtrip Nation". Randy also performed in concert on bass for Grammy award-winning songwriter Hugh Prestwood. His vocals and instrumentals cover several genres including Alt Pop, Folk Jazz, RnB and Country. Randy's vocals are mellow and smokey, perfect for laid back Film and TV scenes about romance or crossed lovers.
Randy Parsons has written and recorded award-winning songs, played and sang in concerts, and his “Sweet Motion,” with sweet female vocals and bittersweet lyrics about starting a new life in LA, was a finalist in the 2003 CMT/NSAI songwriting contest. His “Morning Sky” won first place in the 2005 Boston Folk Festival songwriting contest.
Randy is New York-based and studied music at the Juilliard School, Berklee, New York University and the New School with Hugh Prestwood, Henry Gaffney, Jeff Franzel and Pat Pattison. He has performed at the former Folk City (NYC), the Bitter End (NYC), the Nameless Coffeehouse (Boston), the Stephen Talkhouse (NY) and accompanied Grammy award-winning songwriter Hugh Prestwood on electric bass.
Other musicians on Randy’s CDs inlcude: Nancy Atlas, Lorraine Ferro, Mike Mandel, John Margolis, Veronica Nunn, Marlon Saunders, John Valentine and George Wurzbach. Randy's three released CDs are: City and the Sky (1977), Right from the Start (1999), and Go Ahead and Love Someone (2002).
A funky guitar blues riff underlies a cool, bluesy, jazzy sax with electric bass and drum kit. A lovely bridge sounds classical and provides a sweet contrast to the harder, urban, late night, blues feel. Film, TV, crime show, bar scene, Los Angeles, 1960's, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Hendrix. Instrumental, Rock, Blues Rock
Fall is coming, summer's over, time to head south to a warmer climate, but its hard for a drifter to leave a new love behind. Folk Rock. Guitar band. Great female vocal. Beach resort. Migration south. High energy. Witty lyrics, shades of Robert Frost, all about fair weather friends. Female Vocals, Rock, Folk Rock