Welcome to K. Walsh music, where I share original music and videos, the occasional cover, posts about favorite artists, and much more!
From time to time I'll throw something different up here for fun! Could be a blast from the past vid, something by another artist, a new cover, who knows?
Here's my December 2018 live performance of John Hiatt's "Marlene" (from his 2014 recording Terms of My Surrender). I made it a point to re-record the audio to get a much better end result.
At long last, 2+ years after releasing my EP Keeping the Dream Alive, I've finished a video for it! Yes, I kept the dream alive and worked on this a little here and a little there from time to time. I hope you find inspiration from the spirit of this rock instrumental. Keep those dreams alive my friends!
I used the comic strip application Pixton to create Willy and to illustrate much of the story that is Lotto Dust. I think it turned out pretty cool. After you check out the video, the story of how the song came about is kind of interesting - check it out here!
A simple video for a beautiful, soaring song. This is my proudest musical accomplishment. I want it played at my funeral. Seriously. Paradoxically, that thought fills me with joy.
This video was such a blast to create. The coolest part is where my son Ian used Adobe After Effects to make me rise up out of the iPad (and then later I’m jamming on the moon)! This song is on the EP Keeping the Dream Alive.
This is a song I recorded a long time ago (1996!), and sonically it leaves a bit to be desired, but it's cool jam, and the video has had over 10,000 views. I have to confess, I should have noted the sources of the video clips here, but I was new to the whole video/content/web tech thing and didn't have the foresight to do so (everyone should always cite sources when they borrow content from across the web!).
I love this video. I combined images and video with digital overlays and used fun free tools like Fotofunia.com to make clips that place pictures of my adorable young daughter in different places and formats. I love the balance of artful uses of technology with really hoaky approaches (and I love my darling, smiling little girl)!
This was also special to me in that it's the first song I had Christine join me on for the chorus. The song itself is not recorded quite as well I would have liked (it's a very early effort as I was working through "recording studio 2.0"), but it's still beautiful!