Wistful Sound Gazers
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Wistful Sound Gazers


Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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"One Lump Music reviews "Push""

I know [Push] has been the #1 song here for some time... it's a
fantastic tune! A Philly artist with passion and soul...
---ONE LUMP MUSIC Lites radio, created by veteran entertainment writer Lumpy, who has interviewed such well known acts as The Rolling Stones, Hootie and
The Blowfish, and Stone Temple Pilots
- MP3.com

"Proper Pop"

With one hand in mellow jazz and the other in late 80s soul, Wistful Sound Gazers ease into a bliss-ful groove on this short but sweet EP. It's a laid-back feel that works... creating a pleasant listening experience... The EP's signature ballad comes in the form of Winding Road, a smooth and flowing love song which also concludes the disc
later in instrumental form. When it comes to pop, Wistful Sound Gazers
has what they need to make the charts. It's tight and clean, with
everything in its proper place.
- Mish Mash Indie Music Reviews

"Chris K. reviews "Push""

Okay, I’m impressed. Right off the bat, first impressions...marvelous vocal work, worthy of immediate attention at any level within the music industry. This is pro stuff, master craftsmanship, journeyman skills and production, ready for the big show. Push is an adult contemporary hit song, ready for radio airplay in its production, ready for the long term acceptance that makes any song a hit over time. This is the real deal, every bit as polished and crafted as any thing on AC radio in America today. Bravo.

- Gods of Music.com


Bliss (EP) -Sankofa Productions
Crimson & Clover (Single)- City Avenue Records
Lite Up The Tree - City Avenue Records
Gonna Get To You - Single - City Avenue Records

Songs streamed, aired or currently airing:
Winding Road (Instrumental)
Crimson and Clover
Lite Up The Tree (Instrumental)
Gonna Get To You



Wistful Sound Gazers still pours on the easy groove established a decade ago, and singer, songwriter and producer Ron Christopher has expanded his musical backdrops to include classical to include classical hip-hop on 2010's Christmas offering 'Lite Up The Tree', as well as dipping into country funk on his latest entry, 'Gonna Get To You'. The Philly-born indie artist bypasses typical genre labeling. "I've always listened to one form of music for a time, then I get into something completely different. I guess that does influence how I approach songwriting, since it can come from appreciating Holst's The Planets as much as Counting Crows."

Fueled by the evolution of digital music Ron thinks that "the entire game has changed. It's about what the listeners like and how they get their music," which Ron sees as a boost to independent artists. "It has become a more level playing field."