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Recording Artist

Shane is growing his career as a recording artist and won 2nd Place in the Sunrise Records Local Artist Contest in 2018 that saw his first Album "You Are My Home" distributed in all Western Canadian Sunrise Records locations.  Since that time he's arranged and performed two summer tours, released numerous singles such as "Star Hawk," "Sweet Sadness" and the most recent folk-rock number, "Wave to Glide."

Now, in April of 2024 he is very excited to be releasing his sophomore recording, "National Ramble" for the first time on CD, Record and also on all streaming services. National Ramble is a folk-rock gem that the artist likes to dub "my humble answer to Harvest Moon!" Larmand even features his own distinctive and mellow version of the aforementioned title track that showcases some soft tones on the metallophone. From the mysterious, quick sounds of "Wave to Glide: through the dark and moody "Tennessee Cross" and the folk-grunge changes of the title track to close out with the nomad-folk track "Star Hawk," listeners will find no lack of layers, moods, melody and depth to this indie sophomore outing. 

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National Ramble is a folk-rock gem that the artist likes to dub "my humble answer to Harvest Moon!" Larmand even features his own distinctive and mellow version of the aforementioned title track that showcases some soft tones on the metallophone. From the mysterious, quick sounds of "Wave to Glide: through the dark and moody "Tennessee Cross" and the folk-grunge changes of the title track to close out with the nomad-folk track "Star Hawk," listeners will find no lack of layers, moods, melody and depth to this indie sophomore outing. 

"You Are My Home" is the songwriter's debut recording and it certainly falls into the folk rock genre with tracks like "Steamroller Dreams", "Lost in the Dark", "Rocky Mountain Train", (complete with a classic Stones-ish end jam) and the title track standing out. The album takes some interesting side journeys into tracks like the world-rock-metal feel of "Rootfoot," the grunge and rock inspired "Monkey Train," and the folk-blues feel of "April on My Mind." The album displays youthful energy and the excitement of a first release. Raw, real and honest, not a release to be missed. 

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