A voice with sensual intonations that slides on guitar riffs and tumults of soft percussions, here is Mike Coykendall with The song.  As in weightlessness, its arpeggios unfold a graceful rhythm with distant vaporous echoes. Mike’s song defies gravity, ignoring time. Distilling folk-sounding that touch hearts with this delicate song. The guitars and drums are incredibly catchy and the melodies are stunning and mesh with Mike’s voice perfectly. The lyrics are so original and mesh with the melody perfectly, and the production is polished and sounds very professional.  Mike Coykendall reveals the poetry of tender beauty, his voice is a piece of art, it’s pure and rich and his performance is very professional which shows how talented and skillful he is.


Born in Norwich, Kansas in 1963, Coykendall was a member of the Wichita-based Klyde Konnor, which performed and recorded frequently throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. He moved to San Francisco in 1991 and released three critically acclaimed albums with the Old Joe Clarks. After moving to Portland, Oregon in 1999, he set up a home studio, where he recorded albums for a myriad of bands, including She & HimM. WardBeth OrtonRichmond FontaineTin Hat TrioBlitzen Trapper, and Bright Eyes.

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