Toronto's Jay Pollock is musically defined by his percussive acoustic
guitar style and haunting baritone voice. His lyrics are a dark, yet
sarcastic spin on some life experiences we could probably all relate
to, if it weren't for the twisted imagery which has infested throughout
his musical creations. The sonic recipe is cooked up with three
teaspoons of darkness, two cups of irony, and a dash or two of eastern
melodic spices. His full solo debut album, Creepy Dinner Music, a
documentation of the loss and finding of his own mind is now available.
Live performances range in instrumentation with guest appearances on
piano, violin, harmonica, upright bass, drums, djembe and sitar. Buy
his album and a good pair of headphones to join the ride.