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Endless Journey I COVER ART“Endless Journey” by Kelly Andrew

Single Review by New Age CD and New Age Notes Radio Staff

“Vibrant and exhilarating, ‘Endless Journey’ perfectly captures the joys and nuances of being wonderfully alive.” – Dyan Garris, New Age Notes Radio

Kelly Andrew is an award-winning composer and musician who is known for creating beautiful and inspiring music. His music is a fusion of classical, electronic, world, and ambient styles, which together create a unique and captivating sound, and a testament of the power of music to touch the human spirit.

Kelly’s music, which includes over two hundred compositions, has been used in a variety of contexts, including film and television soundtracks, video games, and commercials. His musical work has been praised for its ability to evoke emotion and create a powerful atmosphere.

One of Kelly’s most well-known works is his 2014 album, “Journey.” This album is a stunning collection of tracks that transport listeners through a variety of emotions and experiences. This new composition, “Endless Journey,” to be released on May 26, 2023, is somewhat of a follow-up to that album.

Kelly believes that nothing is static in this life; nothing stays the same even if we want it to. We create new paths and circumstances with every choice we make on this “endless journey” we find ourselves on. From these new experiences, we better learn to shape our reality, discover our destiny, and find our way forward on the journey.

“Endless Journey” is epic in Kelly Andrew style, quite thoroughly likeable, and uplifting in so in many ways. The composition is intricate and thoughtful, with an engaging melody line, great movement, build, and beat, and a wonderful “world” flavor, which all speaks to our collective, connected “journey.”  The music is both calming and invigorating, and it showcases Kelly’s skill as a composer and musician. With its timeless feel, this is definitely one for everyone’s playlist.

Upcoming, Kelly plans to release music more frequently, experimenting with various genres, and performing his music to virtual audiences. I’m excited to hear more.

Be sure to watch the gorgeous video that goes along with this single:

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Credits: Composition, keyboards, and programming by Kelly Andrew



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