Whole New World CDR - CDR with Jewel Case and Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's 10th CD.  Whole New World contains Alex Kash on Vocals, 12-String Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboard, Bass, Drums.  (Many of the songs on this CD reflect the period in Alex Kash's career where he performed with only his voice, a 12-string acoustic guitar, and occasional harmonica.)

Love & Emotion CDR - CDR with Jewel Case, Full Color Insert

Alex Kash singing original music with his 12-String Acoustic Guitar and occasional harmonica.  (Many of the songs on this CD reflect the period in Alex's career where he performed with only his voice, a 12-string acoustic guitar, and occasional harmonica.)

Organic Alchemy CDR - CDR with Jewel Case and Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's sixth CD.  Organic Alchemy has Alex Kash on vocals, 12-String acoustic guitar, harmonica, with keyboard, bass, and drums on some songs.  (Many of the songs on this CD reflect the period in Alex's career where he performed with just his voice, a 12-string acoustic guitar, and occasional harmonica.)

Florida Heat CDR - CDR with Jewel Case and Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's fifth CD.  Florida Heat features Alex Kash on Vocals, 12-String Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboard, Harmonica, Drums and Bass.  (Many of the songs on this CD reflect the period of Alex's career where he performed with his voice, a 12-string acoustic guitar, and occasional harmonica.)

Learning To Love CDR - CDR in Jewel Case with Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's Fourth CD.  Learning to Love features Alex Kash on Vocals, 12-String Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboard.  (Many of the songs on this CD reflect the period of Alex's career where he performed with his voice, a 12-string acoustic guitar, and occasional harmonica.)

Reflections CDR - CDR in Jewel Case with Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's Third CD.  Features Alex Kash performing original music with vocals, a 12-string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, keyboard, drums. Conscious, Healing music!

'My Voices' CD - Sacred Soul Music

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's first full CD.  My Voices features Alex Kash on Vocals, 12-String Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Harmonica, and Keyboard.

Climbing/Longing CDR - CDR in Jewel Case with Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's second CD.  Climbing/Longing features Alex Kash on vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar, bass, drums, keyboard

Film Music Volume 1 CDR - CDR in Jewel Case with Full Color Insert

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's eighth CD.  Film Music Volume 1, features Alex Kash on vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboard, bass, and drums.

The Record Plant Masters CD - First steps to Spiritual Awakening

Alex Kash and Bethany Dalton-Kash's seventh CD release.  The Record Plant Recording Studios in Sausalito produced a legendary legacy of beautiful and important music.  This CD contains Alex's original music from his period of working with the Record Plant.  Featured performances by Lenny Pickett, Nate Ginsberg, Pat Thrall, Preston Thrall, and more!

Alex Kash's T-Shirt and Gift Designs - Many different designs, styles, sizes, gifts.

These designs are available on Organic Cotton T-Shirts, cups, jewelry and other gift items. Great conscious gifts for any occasion.

Bethany Dalton T-Shirt and Gift Designs - Lots of different designs, styles, sizes, gifts.

These make great conscious gifts for any occasion!  The humor and consciousness of Bethany Dalton-Kash.

Messages For Love Book - Soft Cover Book of Poetry, Prose, Art.

Destined to become an heirloom treasure, this book is a way to love. It is a way to understanding love and growing in love. It is a wisdom guide and heartfelt journey into the truth of love in poems, statements, and stories which open the heart. It includes: guidance, inspiration, encouragement, truth, wisdom, warnings, beautiful writing, profound messages, and in depth understanding. Written by Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash, a conscious channel, who has worked with all types of cases in healing, this book addresses the messages needed to heal and warm hearts. Illustrations are by singer/songwriter/artist Alex Kash Whether it is for a wedding, anniversary, engagement, birthday, bat mitzvah, valentine's gift or other holiday giving, this book makes a timeless gift of love, which will be treasured for years to come.

Bethany Dalton-Kash, Loving Kindness, Spoken Word CD - Spiritual Healing

Loving kindness is one of the things we most want in life. It is a way to understanding others, and ourselves in a way that speaks to our needs. Looking into the world of loving kindness is what this spoken word CD is all about. It gives a step by step approach to receiving loving kindness, and giving it yourself. The whys and the hows of loving kindness are here in this 54 minute channeling by conscious channel, Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash.
Are you a person who dreams and wonders what your dreams have to do with loving kindness? Things that never made sense to you before, will now be made clear and understandable in ways that you can easily implement into your life to get you on a track of receiving and giving the loving kindness you want.
Many people are aware of the ways and means of those who are kind, but few understand the core of what makes loving kindness possible on a long term basis. Also, loving kindness is just one aspect of a much larger picture of how to act, which will bring not only of a life well lived, but a life well appreciated. It is giving at it's best, and there is no other way to get to the heart of the matter than loving kindness.
In this CD, you will be carried in a step by step process through the understanding of the way to loving kindness and all that it entails.
Everyone who wants loving kindness would appreciate this CD, but it especially good for those who wish to want to work with loving kindness in a conscious way. They are the ones who will be forever appreciated for the development of these skills.
Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash, a trained psychologist, conscious channel and meditation teacher talks you through the process of realizing what loving kindness is, and how to bring it into your life, with anyone and everyone you meet.

Bethany Dalton-Kash, Comforting Yourself In Times of Stress, Spoken Word CD - Spiritual Healing

Looking through the eyes of change is sometimes frightening and disturbing. Whether it is our own change, or the change of those we love, we are called upon to maintain ourselves, and grow through the experiences in ways that may call on all our resources internally and externally. This spoken word CD is here to help you move through the process and stress of change to a new life full of hope and meaning. It is not a simple CD, but a very organized system in which the heart plays an instrumental part. Looking into it, is the deepest place you can go, because you may never have to go back there and relive these experiences again..

Wake Up Your Dream Body, Spoken Word CD - Spiritual Healing

In the world of the dreambody is our reality in all it's forms, ready to awaken into our next moment. We are creating our day through the dreambody. Now with the help of an experienced meditator and virtual psychologist, (Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash) you can learn to create your own dreams and be living them in your life.

Bethany Dalton-Kash, Loving Yourself And Healing The Heart, Spoken Word CD - Spiritual Healing

Living in pain, mentally, emotionally, or physically can close your heart. In these lectures and guided meditations you will find the tools necessary for clearing the problems encountered by daily life to get back to your heart felt and joyous life. Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash, a trained psychologist, conscious channel and meditation teacher talks you through the process of finding your heart again. Good for people who are going through divorce, people who have to work with difficult people, people who have experienced loss or pain, people in poor health, or just the average person who wants to refresh their joy, this CD is for you.

Keys To Self Healing - CDR 53 Minutes 5 Tracks

Specifically made for people with chronic illness, this guided meditation and healing CD may also be used by anyone wishing to stay in healthful balance. 
This system may be used in conjunction with any other health care system.  
When you are in a place where you can't heal physically, mentally, or emotionally, you may need another kind of medicine, and that is the medicine of the truth of your spirit. A gifted healer who has worked with all types of people, talks to you in her own words, guiding you in meditation steps to a way of healing chronic pain, or simply an "off period" where you feel out of sorts.  
Each and every day of your life, you can use this CD to guide you through an extremely useful self healing process to greater health and vibrancy, balance and alignment with your body, mind and spirit. Today's world is full of pain killers. This is not a pain killer; instead it is a system to go beyond pain of all types to greater health. Give it to everyone you know who needs help with chronic health issues, because it may be saving their life. 
The five parts of this CD contain 4 guided meditations for better physical, mental, and emotional health, and music by Alex Kash on an acoustic 12-string guitar and dobro. 
Working with some of the most chronically ill populations was how Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash started in her career as a healer. People who had lost hope or society had given up on, in facilities of all types. These were people who were considered worst case scenarios and facilities and health care providers were simply in a position of babysitting until death. Armed with a college Master's Degree and PHD studies in Psychology, and certificates in Body/Mind Therapy, Women Studies, and Dreaming, Bethany received 'a calling' to become a healer and study with some very gifted healers and medicine men. In 1989 she became a conscious channel. Propelled by a need to find answers for physical, mental and emotional illness, she continues to search for the most refined systems that lead toward well being. She works daily with her husband, Alex Kash, bringing healing through music to the world. (To receive a healing from the music, purchase the music and intend to receive it's healing energies. The CDs are for sale through CDBaby.com and other digital download sites.) 
Keys to Self Healing is a separate tool to be used by people for self healing, but may be used in conjunction with any of Bethany's CDs.

 

Cancer: Cure, Treatment and Understanding - CDR, 55 minutes, 5 Tracks


When you are experiencing cancer, and wish to find a cure, this CD is meant for you. Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash, a healer and researcher herself in the consciousness movement brings you a channeling of the cure, understanding, and treatment of cancer. It explains why cancer happens, what is causing it, and how to make healing happen in ways that everyone can implement, whether rich or poor. The answer is here from the Divine about how cancer started and what needs to change to make it stop, in each person's life. For those reasons it is also important channeled information for researchers and the greater public. If you are a person who has cancer, or needs to know about it, this is a CD for you. Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash became a professional channel in 1989 when she realized that she could hear and understand the healing guides she was working with. Her audio CDs on healing are sold worldwide.

Fundamentals Of Meditation - Spoken Word CD

Light Reverend Bethany Dalton-Kash MA, is a trained psychologist, healer, conscious channel and teacher of Meditation with over 20 years teaching experience. In this CD she explains the simple and complex concepts of the Fundamentals of Mediation for beginners and experienced meditators to hear. The first 4 parts of the CD are relevant to each individual meditator as they go through the process of discovering what meditation is. The fifth part of the CD is a guided meditation and music by musician Alex Kash

Meditation Shawl - Made of 100 % organic cotton fleece - Color Navy

 

Ultra soft fleece surrounds you with the warmth you want for your meditation sessions at church classes or at home.  Or bring it to a concert in the garden!  Made of 100% organic cotton fleece, hand finished with 100% silk thread.  Approx. 100 inches long to wrap around the whole body for warmth.

Made of 12 oz. fabric.  $75.

Free shipping within the USA.

 

"Summertime" Single Song - Summertime is a beautiful, jazzy, easy listening song with a full band by Alex Kash

'Summertime' was written by Alex Kash and Ralph Perucci, for performance by the band called 'Fever", in about 1975. It was recorded later, at the Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, Ca. Alex Kash sang and played guitar and fretless bass, Preston Thrall played drums, Nate Ginsberg played piano. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area.

"Free" Single Song - The style of 'Free' is acoustic folk, performed with vocal and 12-string acoustic guitar.


Album Notes
'Free' is a wonderfully sparse arrangement of a song in the acoustic folk genre. The song celebrates the powerful gifts of Mother Nature, given from the moment of our birth until our passing. This is the first single released from Alex Kash's 'Love and Emotion' CD. 
Born and raised in San Francisco, Alex Kash has performed in many bands professionally as a singer, guitarist and bassist, and has been performing steadily for the past 20 years as a Solo Singer and Acoustic 12 String Guitarist, and now as musical director for the Grateful Band. Born into Russian and Native American heritage (Tlingit and Aleut), and deeply committed to positive planetary change, sustainable and organic living, healing, Divine Light and Love, Alex's songs are intuited from Spirit.
An accomplished recording artist, songwriter and arranger, with 10 CD's of original songs in current release. Alex has written songs for a multiplatinum album: Pat Travers (“Crash and Burn” album), for Journey (“Look Into The Future” album), and sang and/or played on sessions for Van Morrison, Narada Michael Walden, Pablo Cruise, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Tim Weisberg, Stacy Lattisaw, Enzo Avitabile and others. Alex has won awards for singing and performances, and 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 Kash has done work as a singer and musician in two different theatre productions (Godspell and Smokey Joe's Cafe) for the Sierra Repertory Theatre in Sonora, CA. 
In continuing to write and produce musical projects, teach singing, guitar, bass, organic gardening, sustainable living, and permaculture, and design graphic art projects with Bethany Dalton-Kash, additionally, Alex sings, arranges, and engineers for clients at Emotive Studios, and at other studios. Alex currently performs with the Grateful Band, and with other bands. “In my live solo performances, whether playing my own songs, or custom arrangements of favorite lyrics and melodies of mine, I focus on creating what I call ‘Essence’ of larger arrangements, using only what’s available with my voice and the guitar. This seeming limitation has provided me with a wonderland of amazing places to go within the realm of pure music”. My 4 CD’s, 'My Voices', ‘Florida Heat’ ‘Organic Alchemy’ and ‘Love & Emotion’ are doing well on radio stations throughout the world".

'Gathering' Single Song - 'Gathering' is a soft and sensitive exploration of a life in song, performed with vocal and detuned 12-string acoustic guitar by Alex Kash

The song called 'Gathering', and all of the music of the Alex Kash/Bethany Dalton-Kash songwriting partnership, is an exploration of rising consciousness. These are songs that are signposts along the way of life truly lived. Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area.

 

'Just To Be Happy Today' Single Song - 'Just To Be Happy Today' is a happy, upbeat, positive song in the bluesy, earthy, shuffle genre

Just To Be Happy is a call to consciousness, to positivity, an awakening about valuing life and Mother Nature. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area

'Imagine' Single Song - 'Imagine' is an acoustic folk song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12-string acoustic guitar.

'Imagine' was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, as part of the 'Whole New World' CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Beach Party' Single Song - 'Beach Party' is a fun folk song performed by Alex Kash on vocal and 12 string acoustic guitar.

Beach Party was written in Florida and recorded there at Emotive Studios. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Excited' Single Song - 'Excited' is an energetic pop/rock song by Alex Kash with a full band.

'Excited' was written and recorded around 1986 by a band called 'Short Stories'. Musicians on the recording are; Alex Kash; songwriter, singer and 12 string acoustic guitar, Dan Ward; fretless electric bass, and George Perry; standup cocktail drums.
This song is part of Alex Kash's first solo CD called 'My Voices'.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners

'Lucky' Single Song - Lucky is a song written by Gerard Watkins and sung and performed by Alex Kash, that is a positive, loving, romantic song in the popular, jazz, Easy Listening waltz style, with full band backing and saxophone solo by Lenny Pickett.

This song was written by Gerard Watkins about a beautiful, lasting love affair that started on a cruise ship. The song was recorded at the Record Plant Recording Studios in Sausalito in 1976. Lenny Pickett (Tower of Power, Saturday Night Live) plays soprano and tenor sax on this song. Other players on this song are Alex Kash, lead vocal/acoustic guitar, Brian Godula, bass, Preston Thrall, drums, Pat Thrall, electric guitar, Judy Tousseau, bkg. vocals, David Vogel, piano. Session was recorded by Rick Sanchez and Don Digirolamo. Overdubbed and mixed by Alex Kash. Lucky is part of Alex Kash's 'Record Plant Masters' CD. Alex Kash is a three time award winning singer, who has written songs for Journey, and Pat Travers, and has worked with Van Morrison, Pablo Cruise and many others. Alex performs as a solo singer/songwriter/12 string acoustic guitarist , and is musical director for the Grateful Band. There are 10 CD's of Alex Kash's original songs available online at Amazon, CDBaby, Apple, Pandora and other internet sites. Lucky is a positive, romantic, popular song in the popular jazz or easy listening waltz style.

'Out In The Country' Single Song - 'Out In The Country' is an acoustic reggae song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12-string acoustic guitar

Out In The Country was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, for Alex Kash's CD called 'Love And Emotion'.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Paint Them Goodbye' Single Song - 'Paint Them Goodbye' is a soulful conscious jazzy folk song sung by Alex Kash with a full band.

'Paint Them Goodbye' was performed entirely by Alex Kash at Emotive Studios. It is the first single released from the 'Reflections' CD.

Born and raised in San Francisco, Alex Kash has performed in many bands professionally as a singer, guitarist and bassist, and now as musical director for the Grateful Band. Alex was born into Russian and Native American heritage (Tlingit and Aleut), and is deeply committed to positive planetary change, sustainable and organic living, healing, Divine Light and Love. 
An accomplished recording artist, songwriter and arranger, with 10 CD's of original songs in current release. Alex has written songs for a multiplatinum album: Pat Travers (“Crash and Burn” album), for Journey (“Look Into The Future” album), and sang and/or played on sessions for Van Morrison, Narada Michael Walden, Pablo Cruise, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Tim Weisberg, Stacy Lattisaw, Enzo Avitabile and others. Alex has won awards for singing and performances, am 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 has done work as a singer and musician in two different theatre productions (Godspell and Smokey Joe's Cafe) for the Sierra Repertory Theatre in Sonora, CA. 
In continuing to write and produce musical projects, teach singing, guitar, bass, organic gardening, sustainable living, and permaculture, and design graphic art projects with Bethany Dalton-Kash, additionally, Alex sings, arranges, and engineers for clients at Emotive Studios, and at other studios. Alex currently performs with the Grateful Band, and with other bands. “In my live solo performances, whether playing my own songs, or custom arrangements of favorite lyrics and melodies of mine, I focus on creating what I call ‘Essence’ of larger arrangements, using only what’s available with my voice and the guitar. This seeming limitation has provided me with a wonderland of amazing places to go within the realm of pure music”. My 4 CD’s, 'My Voices', ‘Florida Heat’ ‘Organic Alchemy’ and ‘Love & Emotion’ are doing well on radio stations throughout the world".

'Somedays' Single Song - 'Somedays' is a conscious folk rock song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12 string acoustic guitar.

'Somedays' is a positive and conscious acoustic folk-rock song, performed with voice and 12 string acoustic guitar. The excellent lyrics are by Bethany Dalton-Kash. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is an international songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area.

'Song For Anthony' Single Song - 'Song For Anthony' is a rock, adult contemporary song performed by Alex Kash

The song called 'Song for Anthony', and all of the music of the Alex Kash/Bethany Dalton-Kash songwriting partnership, is an exploration of rising consciousness. These are songs that are signposts along the way of life truly lived. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area.

'Exception To The Rule' Single Song - 'Exception To The Rule' is a hard rock song, performed by Alex Kash on vocals and electric guitar, Brian Godula on electric bass, Pat Thrall on electric guitar, and Preston Thrall on drums

part of Alex Kash's 'Record Plant Masters CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Just Be You' Single Song - 'Just Be You' is a folk pop song, performed by Alex Kash on vocal and 12 string acoustic guitar

Just Be You is a song that was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, as part of Alex Kash's Organic Alchemy CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Joy In Living' Single Song - 'Joy In Living' is a positive and conscious song in the style of soft rock performed by Alex Kash with a full band.

Joy In Living was written and recorded at Emotive Studios in California, as a part of Alex Kash's 'Climbing/Longing' CD. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Friends For Life' Single Song - 'Friends For Life' is a Reggae influenced conscious pop/rock song, recorded by Alex Kash with full band backing.

Friends For Life was recorded at Emotive Studios in Oakland, Ca., for the 'Climbing/Longing' CD. Alex Kash sang and played all instruments.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Follow That Feeling' Single Song - 'Follow That Feeling is a conscious folk song, written from a Native American perspective, performed by Alex Kash 12 string acoustic guitar.

Follow That Feeling was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, for Alex Kash's 'Organic Alchemy' CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Breakaway' Single Song - 'Breakaway' is a relaxed soulful song in the old school soul genre, performed by Alex Kash with full band backing

Breakaway was written by Ralph Perucci and Alex Kash, for the band called 'Fever' in 1974. It was performed and recorded by Alex Kash for his first solo CD called 'My Voices'. All vocals and instruments by Alex Kash. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners

'Let it Go' Single Song - 'Let It Go' is a conscious soul song, performed by Alex Kash with full band backing.

Let It Go was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, as part of Alex Kash's Love And Emotion CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Love is Calling' Single Song

'My Home is in My Heart' Single Song - 'My Home Is In My Heart' is a latin influenced folk/rock song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12 string acoustic guitar.

My Home is In My Heart was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida.  Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later though, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners

'Organic Alchemy' Single Song - Organic Alchemy' is a conscious reggae song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12-string acoustic guitar.

Organic Alchemy was written and recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, as part of Alex Kash's CD of the same name.Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Cool Seven' - Cool Seven' is a rap/hip hop song, performed by Alex Kash with aCool Seven was written and recorded in Florida, at Emotive Studios. Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. 12 string acoustic guitar.

Cool Seven was written and recorded in Florida, at Emotive Studios. 
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Florida Heat' Single Song

'Freedom' Single Song - 'Freedom' is a powerful yet sensitive song in the style of contemporary rhythmic rock, performed by Alex Kash with full band backing.'Freedom' was written by Bethany Dalton-Kash and Alex Kash, and recorded at Emotive Studios in Oakland, Ca., for Alex's Climbing/Longing CD.Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'Freedom' was written by Bethany Dalton-Kash and Alex Kash, and recorded at Emotive Studios in Oakland, Ca., for Alex's Climbing/Longing CD.Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

 

'Never Say No' Single Song - 'Never Say No' is a rock song performed by Alex Kash with full band backing.

Never Say No was written and recorded around 1976, at the Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, Ca. Musicians on this recording are; Alex Kash; lead and bkg vocals and acoustic guitar, Pat Thrall; electric guitar, David Vogel; piano, Brian Godula; electric bass, Preston Thrall; drums.

Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners

'Pawn or King' Single Song

'Rise and Fall' Single Song - 'Rise And Fall' is an acoustic folk song, performed by Alex Kash on vocal and 12 string acoustic guitar.

'Rise And Fall' was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, as part of the 'Whole New World' CD.
Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners

'Smiling Back At Me' Single Song - 'Smiling Back At Me' is a conscious Folk/Rock song, performed by Alex Kash with an acoustic 12 string guitar.


Album Notes
Smiling Back At Me was recorded at Emotive Studios in Oakland, California, as part of Alex Kash's Learning To Love CD.Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

"Solar Flowers" Single Song - Written and recorded by Alex Kash in 1976, and now being released as a single.

Solar Flowers is a rock/soul song written by Alex Kash, and recorded in San Francisco in 1976. Musicians on the recording are; Alex Kash; lead vocal and electric guitar, Kevin Shrieve; background vocals and lead guitar, Brian Godula; background vocals and electric bass, and Michael Shrieve; drums. Alex Kash is an international singer/songwriter/12 string acoustic guitarist, and musical director of the Grateful Band, who wrote songs for the band Journey and Pat Travers, as well as others. Solar Flowers was recorded at Wally Heiders in San Francisco CA

'Surrounded' Single Song - 'Surrounded' is a country rock song, performed by Alex Kash with a full band.

'Surrounded' is a country rock song, about love. Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music. He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Scream, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others. Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD. Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo on the island of Capri off the coast of Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit. Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet. Alex's hit song, "She's Not There" was produced by the same producer who worked with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Zucchero. Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard" Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!" C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound" Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica. Alex is also avidly interested in permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners. Alex Kash regularly performs live solo or with bands including his own bands, "Grateful Band" and "Kash In" (The ensemble) see more about them at http://www.gratefulband.com and is currently involved with the Rod Harris Jazz Band, and has performed live with three time Grammy Nominee, Barbara Morrison, Elaine Gibbs, Paul Contos, Mic Gillette, Bria Skonberg, and others. Alex also performs bass with numerous bands throughout the area.

 

'Transitional' Single Song - 'Transitional' is a conscious folk blues song, performed by Alex Kash with a 12 string acoustic guitar.

Transitional was recorded at Emotive Studios in Florida, for Alex Kash's 'Florida Heat' CD.Alex Kash is a registered Native American (Tlingit, Aleut, and Russian heritage) who is a recognized Thunderbeing by medicine men. He is a multi-platinum songwriter and three time award winning singer who has 10 CD's of original music.
He also worked in some of the world's most famous recording studios on projects with or for major artists including: Van Morrison, Sly Stone, Pablo Cruise, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Dan Fogelberg, John Fogerty, Mark Isham, Delbert McClinton, Syreeta, Wright, Enzo Avitabile, Tim Weisberg, Narda Michael Walden, Tower of Power, Dire Straits, Maria Muldaur, Tom Johnston (Doobie Brothers), Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Pat Thrall, Nate Ginsberg, Larry Graham, Raz Kennedy, Lenny Pickett, Greg Allman and Cher among others.
Alex wrote songs for Pat Travers "Crash and Burn" album/CD, and Journey's "Look Into The Future" album/CD.
Inspired by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Motown, Alex first became a professional musician at the age of 13, and soon released his first record with (his band, Fever) a single release called, "Lazy" backed with "A Stone Shame", both of which were played on the San Francisco radio station, KSAN. Recording fame came later, with "She's Not There", a song Alex recorded solo in Rome, Italy, which became a dance hall hit and is now on the collector's circuit.
Alex is recognized in "Who's Who in America" for his classical composition, "Transitions" for ballet.
Almost equally dividing his time between work in numerous bands, and his solo career, Alex has performed on The Cow Palace stage (that once held the Beatles), and (Bill Graham's ) Winterland Arena. 
Rita Coolidge said, "Alex has one of the most beautiful natural voices, I've ever heard"
Tom Wood said, "Alex Kash is the Chord Master!"
C. Nathan Coyle said, "A complete package of talented sound"
Alex has written music for radio, film, tv, dance, and theatre, but he is most noted for his long span of music that respects the sacredness of the environment and nature, and his spiritual relationship with all of God's creation, performing live to heal the world. Musicians interested in playing in the Love and Light Church Band are encouraged to contact Alex through this site 
Alex has recorded many CDs with just his voice, a 12-string guitar, and occasional harmonica.
Alex is also avidly interested in organic gardening, sustainable living, permaculture and planting trees, working with city tree boards, to put thousands of trees in the ground, and into the hands of low income home owners.

'World Inside You' Single Song

'I Love This Life' Single Song - 'I Love This Life' is a positive, conscious soul/rock song, performed by Alex Kash with full band backing.

'I Love This Life' was written by Alex Kash and recorded at Emotive Studios in Oakland, Ca. for Alex's first solo CD, called 'My Voices'

CDBaby 'My Voices' CD - Pure Talent!

The original graphics on "My Voices" CD.  The original release of the CD.  Available through collectors.

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