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"Review of 'Organic Alchemy'"

"alex kash with "organic alchemy" - you loved his "florida heat" style songs, now here's MORE from "the kash machine", alex and his lovely wife bethany dalton-kash. these are songs from the heart. listen especially for "love is calling" - sometimes i find love is a corny topic, but this haunting melody captured my heart. another pure acoustic "it doesn't get any better than this" song "quest for love". thanks for another great release alex!" -

"Alex Kash"

"Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices I've ever heard."-Rita Coolidge, Winner of Two Grammys - Rita Coolidge

"Review of 'Florida Heat'"

Florida Heat is an album of voice and 12-string guitar with an occasional blast of harmonica. Alex Kash’s voice sounds a bit like James Taylor when he is singing softly and his guitar is capable of laying down a wide range of rhythms and moods. The songs are interesting and everything is done with the understated taste of a man who has spent a long time in the music business, working in various capacities on other people’s projects. A pleasant sound with much to appreciate when you listen a few times. —Michael Devlin - Music Matters Review

"Review of 'Florida Heat'"


"alex kash with "florida heat"- not that i'm influenced by the title at all, now that i too am living in Florida. i am looking forward to my first heat wave in this state.. along with hurricane season.. but if it makes for such great songwriting as this delightful husband and wife songwriting team i'm calling "the kash machine" - then bring on the heat!'" -

"Review of 'Florida Heat'"

Peter Massey says of the Florida Heat recording: 'Inside the cover of the album is a note from Alex Kash that reads: 'When I first arrived in South Florida, in interviews and conversation, people always asked me what my impressions of Florida were. This compilation album of 13 songs is my way of answering that question.' Alex sings in a very expressive almost pop style, with a smooth laid back feel, with just Kash singing the 12 songs he has written, accompanied strumming on his acoustic 12 string guitar and mouth organ. He put me in mind of Labie Sifrie, and Jose Feliciano, so if you are a fan of these, you might want to lend an ear to Alex Kash.' - Peter Massey

"Review of 'My Voices'"

REVIEW OF "MY VOICES", BY PHILLIP JOYCE: "The simple review of this album is that it is not normal.Anywhere you are expecting to make comparisons, you will fail, because the music only truly defines itself, and nothing else. So, I won't bother trying to make comparisons here, but, I will tell you that you will hear some extraodinary vocals on this CD from a person who is clearly adept in the recording studio. There is a lengthy song called, "Thunderbeing" in which he even attempts the call of a raven, and extraodinary background vocals that make you swear he has hired Motown or Jamaican artists, when in fact, it is himself. You will be delighted to listen to this CDover and over, only to realize you hear something new each time. It may be one of your most listened to CDs." - Phillip Joyce

"Review of 'Organic Alchemy'"

I received a copy of 'Organic Alchemy' last week, and I have taken it back and forth from work, in the car, and at home. I cannot stop listening to it! I like every song. - Jackie McCoy of Tropic Wave Radio


'Organic Alchemy'
'Florida Heat'
'Learning To Love'
'My Voices'
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Also available at Apple iTunes and other digital download sites.
'Love Is Calling', 'Quest For Love', 'Magic World', 'Easy To Love', and 'Organic Alchemy' from the CD 'Organic Alchemy', and 'Florida Heat', "Mango Season' and 'Transitional' from the CD 'Florida Heat', as well as 'Breakaway' from the CD 'My Voices' are being played on various radio stations worldwide.


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Born and raised in San Francisco, and now residing in South Florida, Alex Kash has been performing in bands professionally as a singer, guitarist, and bassist since the age of 13. Alex’s work is a combination of intense introspection influenced by his Native American heritage, and the best of R&B and Folk. He combines this with a fine sense of melody, influenced by the Rock and Pop legends of our time. Alex was born into Russian and Native American heritage (Tlingit and Alutiiq), and is deeply committed to positive planetary change, healing and love.
An accomplished recording artist, songwriter and arranger, Alex has 6 CD's of original songs in current release, and has written songs for two different multiplatinum albums: Pat Travers (“Crash and Burn” album), and Journey (“Look Into The Future” album), and sang on sessions for Van Morrison, Narada Michael Walden, Pablo Cruise, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Stacy Lattisaw, Enzo Avitabile and others. Alex is mentioned in “Who’s Who In America” as composer of a classical piece for ballet, entitled “Transitions”, and is also involved in music for film, theatre, and television.
Alex continues to write and produce with his wife Bethany Dalton-Kash. Two of Alex's latest CD's, 'Florida Heat' and 'Organic Alchemy' are being played on radio stations worldwide. Additionally, Alex sings, arranges, and engineers for clients at Emotive Studios, and at other studios, as well as singing and playing solo musical engagements, accompanied by 12 string acoustic guitar and occasional harmonica.