Singer-songwriter Chris Howarth has recently released his third studio album The Fall Of The Madness, a 5-track album interestingly inspired by documentaries watched by Chris about Civil War and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
After a successful career in business, Chris decided that his passion lay in music and so he set out to write and record 2 years ago. Since then, Chris has successfully released 2 studio albums ‘A Different Man’ and ‘The Things That Might Have Been’.
The Fall Of The Madness was inspired by past political events but linked to everyday relationships. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac and Bob Dylan, the album offers a West Coast Americana feel with a clean and pure vocal guiding us through.
The Fall Of The Madness is available to stream and download via all major platforms now, and Chris Howarth will be performing a couple of live dates throughout June.
Chester Live – June 23rd
Knutsford Music Festival – June 24th