Jumbo Train | Die By the Pen

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Die By the Pen

by Jumbo Train

An emotional vocally rich ballad with an inspiring anti-bullying theme in this beautiful new 2012 single. Memorable.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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Album Notes
"A heartfelt, emotional project from a born storyteller." - Scene Magazine
"This is the best CD I've listened to in some time." - The Weekly News
"Kalichuk doesn't waste time wading in the shallows." - The London Free Press

Jumbo Train Debut CD 20 Year Journey
Canadian painter-sculptor, Dennis Kalichuk, adds music to his multi-media repertoire with his singer-songwriter CD release as Jumbo Train.
The 11 track album – More Bump Than Glide – is an extremely personal, honest and emotional journey through twenty years of impassioned tides with family and friends, and loves discovered and lost. More Bump Than Glide takes its name from a line in the 12-bar blues/rock anthem – This Ride’s Still Jumpin’.
Experienced musical theatre performer and harmony specialist, Dean Greer, rounds out vocals with Dennis on four of the tunes including Possible and When You Are Gone, with Dennis contributing the finger-style acoustic guitar. The two team up again for Star Lights – a hopeful and uplifting tribute to friends the singer-songwriter had lost to tragic circumstances. Hollywood Star (The Rachel McAdams Song) provides somewhat of a comedic interlude in the album with Kalichuk and Greer offering a tribute to their home-grown actress, with a track that sounds like an ad-libbed studio rehearsal.
Kalichuk’s Maybe Baby adds an unpretentious, energetic, dance beat vibe to the eclectic nature of the Jumbo Train journey.
London vocal phenom Jenn Kee lends her soulful and heartfelt sounds, backing up Kalichuk on Live On – Jumbo Train’s ardent plea to those who have lost their way to rise above. Kee shines through with Kalichuk again on the upbeat, bouncy, bluesy Hold Me, and on the break-up number Don’t Know How.
Jumbo Train has released a new 2012 single, "Die By The Pen" - an emotional, acoustically styled anti-bullying message.



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