Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour”

A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.
A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.

A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.

Singer-songwriter Wayne Merdingers’ new EP release “Troubadour” is a welcome relief in all this noise. 

Melodic, poetic, sweetly sung with beautifully played strumming guitars and songs drawn directly from stories of his life. 

A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.

Inspired as a young boy growing up by a local band in his hometown, his own musical journey took a lifetime. But the craftsmanship of these warmly familiar songs evokes an era of artful troubadours of the 70s, hence the EP’s name. Like Jackson Brown or James Taylor, Wayne Merdinger sings from his heart and shares his reminiscences like musical gifts.

We need some love right now. Some gentle reminders that we are all in this together, this life, even when it seems so dark and difficult. Wayne Merdinger brings his joyful music to our tired minds and only intends to soothe us. 

A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.

“Troubadour” is beautifully crafted, simple music for a complicated world. I’ll take it!!

Stream “Troubadour” on Spotify.

Musician/Instruments: 

Wayne Merdinger/Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Scott Leader/Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Adam Armijo/Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Joe Costello/Drums, John Hayden/Bass, Sophia Prater/Backing Vocals

A NoHo Arts music review of Wayne Merdinger ‘s “Troubadour” EP.

Websites:

Official Website

Facebook

Spotify

Youtube Channel

Artist Contact Email: wayne@waynemerdinger.com

Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
Author: Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros

Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros is a Theatre and Food Writer and Filmmaker living in Los Angeles.