12 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews


Highly recommended

September delivers another masterful offering full of addictive tunes.
I can't stop listening to it and hear something new every time.
A talent to watch.



I loved this album. A true hidden gem.
Engaging - dark and gritty while also being melodic and poetic.
My top song is 'I've got Nothing for You' then 'In Your Mind'.
I'm almost positive Rita MacNeil is singing with him on Sunday in Savannah.
Recommend highly.

About Douglas September

Singer/songwriter Douglas September grew up in an artistic family on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Already a poet and guitarist at 13, September was inspired by literature and folk music, combining the two in his own songs.

After graduating from high school, he moved to Toronto and became a fixture in the city's coffeehouses and festival circuit. His self-released debut album Crows attracted attention locally and helped September earn a spot at 1997's South By Southwest Conference in Austin, TX. Former Santana drummer Michael Shrieve happened to catch the set and ended up producing and playing drums on September's 1998 album Ten Bulls, which also featured the guitar skills of Bill Frisell. Io followed a year later. ~ Heather Phares