Brendan Croskerry grew up in Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada and has enjoyed a considerable artistic career spanning three continents. This Canadian turned Southern Californian spent several years as a recording artist in Europe and Asia.
'Goodbye Harrier', his first album is composed of twelve songs under different influences. On one hand, it holds the classical quintessential soul inspired by the Motown label, while the other hand grabs the rambling and smiling folk of Dylanian roots. His lyrics are written in varying languages and we can find examples of dance music (Jean Baptiste) and some small jewels of slow jazz (Me and Ms Rand).