Stephen Wallack’s new album is called Colors. “It is a collection of my memories and experiences from the past year. People, events, and moments that have impacted me during this challenging time in our history,” says Wallack.
Press release by Higher Leve Media
“This album is dedicated to my amazing nephew Marlon who created the cover for the album with his mother (my sister) Arika,” continues Wallack. “Marlon suffered a severe brain injury as a baby and has been unable to move or communicate on his own. Painting calms him and he uses his fingers to make his paintings with my sister’s help. He inspires all of us every day to live our best lives, and I could not love him more for that.”
Get to know the artist
Stephen Wallack started taking piano lessons at age five. While Wallack had an affinity for the music, he struggled greatly with performance anxiety. This anxiety eventually led to him ceasing lessons altogether; however, his curiosity regarding music could not be so easily silenced. During his young years, George Winston was a great inspiration. As Wallack’s abilities grew, so did his desire to learn. In recent years, Wallack released Chapters, his debut album whose music captures and brings to life ten moments and memories that have defined him. In 2020, he released Stories and the Holiday-themed Reflections.
See New Age Music Guide’s full Stephen Wallack coverage here.
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