started with a family I met last Christmas that that had fallen on hard times. While witnessing their struggle, I was reminded how kind people can be.
Thank you so much to Mike Waldron for your guitar expertise. I am always honored to work with you.
In July of 2014, my little sister, Jill Marie was diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer. Leaving our families in place, she and I relocated to Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland for what became a 2 year journey. Jill Marie passed on September 7, 2016.
is the story of her fight.
Throughout my life, I have met numerous families and individuals that are doing everything they can to just make ends meet. It seems in life, that people are judged before a first impression can even be made. I have seen how challenging that can be. reflects on some of their stories.
is the last song Mike Hutchens and I worked on together before he unexpectedly passed to heaven on September 15, 2019. Mike was a teacher, mentor, co-writer and friend. I miss him dearly.
Kevin Suhr, Lead Vocals - Mike Hutchens, Music and Guitar - Mike Waldron, Guitar - Annie Mosher, Backing Vocals - Don Kerce, Production
On a cold evening In November of 2015, my sister and I were visiting Baltimore. On our walk home from a dinner cruise, Jill Marie and I met a young man who was homeless.
is a loose rendition of his story.
This song is co-written by Mike Hutchens
First EP, "Ghost in the Town"
My first EP, “Ghost in the Town” is a collection of 5 songs that tell the story of my little sister's fight against cervical cancer, including the years following her passing.