Born in San Francisco and raised in a musical family, Stan Wells has been writing heartfelt songs most of his life. The High Tide CD spans Stan’s entire songwriting career from the very earliest songs, such as “Two Rivers,” to one of his most recent songs, “My eBabe,” which is a spoof of modern online dating:
“My e-baby just treats me like spam...”
A true testament to his songwriting, Stan was joined by these world-class musicians on his debut album — Ted Anderson, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Nina Gerber, David “Dawg” Grisman, David LaFlamme, Jeff Martin, Betty Perkins, Michael Perkins, and Riggy Rackin.
Spring is bloom here in Northern California and that means we will be playing at Mostly Natives Nursery every Friday 3:00–4:00pm If you are visiting the sunny coastline, please stop by to enjoy our music!
“High Tide” has expanded into many new venues. This is the ever-growing list of online sites where many of the songs can be heard playing live, streaming, and in archival and purchase/download formats.
Amazon — Listen to samples and buy individual MP3s or the complete CD.
Apple iTunes — The easiest way to organize and enjoy music you already have, and shop for music you want, while streaming radio stations FREE with iTunes Radio.
eMusic — A discovery-and-download destination for people who love music.
Great Indie Music — Pick your own music... Be Independent! The best place to purchase MP3 digital downloads for your devices.
MediaNet — Gives you the power to integrate digital content on any site or service, offers downloading and streaming radio.
Pandora — Discover your new favorite music and listen to FREE personalized radio.
Rhapsody — With infinite skips and no ads, Rhapsody unRadio is "radio reborn."
Slacker Radio — The perfect music for any moment. FREE internet radio stations and music playlists.
Spotify — Listen to the right music — FREE wherever you are — on any device.
weru.org — A voice of many voices… Maine's independent community radio, listener supported and volunteer powered. Listen to live radio streaming or archived shows.