Kane Kalas' Debut Album, 'High Hopes,' Takes Nostalgia To New Levels
Kane Kalas has just released his debut album, High Hopes, and it is a wonderful tribute to his late father and the city of Philadelphia. The album is made up of 18 American standards, including classics such as “Luck Be A Lady” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Kane’s dedication to his father and Philadelphia is evident in his rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game" and "The Eagles Victory Song."
One of the things that sets this album apart is the lack of computer-generated music. Instead, Kane commissioned over fifty musicians from the Philadelphia and Tri-State areas to contribute to the album.
This album is a true gem, and it’s clear that every song on it meant something special to Kane’s father. The CD even comes with a booklet outlining how each piece was important to him. High Hopes is a premium-quality album that is sure to please fans of classic American standards and those who appreciate the value of live musicianship. Highly recommended.