Band Biographies: Sano Hill

Sano Hill is a singer-songwriter based in Galway (Ireland) currently finalizing his debut album – ‘If Not Now When?’ - for release in Spring 2023. His songs are inspired by life, love and loss and he has played to audiences in the US and Ireland with his work released already to critical acclaim on compilation albums, including 'Origin: See the Light', 'New Horizons', and 'Inundations' (which also featured music from leading international acts, including Josh Ritter, Ron Sexsmith, Lloyd Cole, Damien Rice, Mundy, and The Frames). “Dancer” – to be released on February 10 – will be the sixth single from his forthcoming album (some review responses to his previous acclaimed singles “Feel Love” “Sing Out Loud”, “CircleWalk”, “The Climb” and “Starting Over” are available at The forthcoming album charts a musician’s development over the course of a relationship from hopeful beginnings, to doubt and denial, disillusionment, breakup, and recovery. ‘Dancer’ deals with the challenge of artistic creation, set against the background of a memory of dance, and the first fires of a romantic encounter. It is a part love song, part artistic reflection. It was recorded at Dublin's legendary Windmill Lane Studios (where all the album tracks were recorded) and produced by award-winning producer Larry Hogan, with final engineering and mastering by acclaimed engineer Braddon Williams, who has previously worked with some of the top artists in the world including Beyonce, Snoop Dogg, Mark Ronson, Il Divo, Wyclef Jean, Billy Joel, Kelly Clarkson, P Diddy and The Script.

Sano Hill “is blessed with a strong and distinctive voice” (Galway Advertiser) and his work has been described as defining “a timeless recipe for original guitar music: inventive, humanist lyrics sung from the gut, then embedded in rhythms to barrage or soothe the soul" (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). For the leading Irish music magazine, Hot Press, Sano Hill daringly “tries to capture the sound, sense, and smell of Galway in a similar vein to Van Morrison's finest compositions about his native Belfast." (Hot Press).

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