From the lead singer of the band nice enormous Sea comes a lyrical and pleasing musical memoir approximately growing to be up within the tiny fishing village of Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, after which taking to the area stage.
Singer-songwriter and entrance guy of the nice Canadian band nice substantial Sea, Alan Doyle is additionally a lyrical storyteller and an inventive strength. In Where I Belong, Alan paints a shiny, raucous and heartwarming portrait of a curious younger lad born into the small coastal fishing neighborhood of Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, and destined to develop into a well known musician who carried the musical culture of generations prior to him and taken his signature sound to the realm. He tells of a early life surrounded via larger-than-life characters who made an indelible influence on his song and paintings; of his first activity at the wharf slicing out cod tongues for fishermen; of starting to be up in a kinfolk of 5 in a two-bedroom condominium with a beef-bucket as a bathroom, but missing not anything; of studying at his father's knee how one can sing the tale of a track and studying from his mom the best way to easily "be good"; and at last, of ways every thing he ever realized as a child ready him for that pivotal second whilst he grew to become a part of nice massive Sea and sailed away on what often is the maximum musical experience of his lifestyles.
packed with the lore and traditions of the East Coast and advised in a voice that's instantly appealing and refreshingly candid, it is a narrative trip approximately small-town lifestyles, interest and inventive achievement, and eventually, approximately leaving every thing you recognize in the back of purely to profit that regardless of the place you pass, domestic will continually be with you.