Emmy nominated composer/songwriter Matt Ender soared onto the Celtic music scene with rave reviews, critical acclaim, and two award nominations. His debut album, Ancient Isle, was a finalist for ÂCeltic Album of the YearÂ in the New Age Voice Awards, and ÂWorld Album of the YearÂ in the Visionary Awards. He appeared on the New Age Retailer, NewSound, and Music Design Top-Seller charts, in addition to earning a Top 20 appearance in the New Age Voice Radio charts. Now with his second album, Miles of Skye, Ender is positioned for much bigger things. The album is instrumentally divine, and two complementary vocal tracks add fire to an already hot flame. Brace yourself for a significant and riveting musical journey through Miles of Skye and beyond.
and the band played on Miles of Skye featuresÂ Uileann pipes musician Eric Rigler, Celtic musicÂs most sought-after recording session artist, (well known for his contributions on Titanic and Braveheart); John TeshÂs former music director Charlie Bisharat on strings; Brian Kilgore, who has played on or with Aerosmith, Linda Ronstadt, John Tesh, and on Robbie Williams CD The Ego Has Landed, and whose work can be heard on various movies including The Perfect Storm, and A BugÂs Life. Miles of Skye also features Celtic vocalists Steve McDonald (whose Sons of Somerled has sold in excess of 175,000 units) and up-and-comer Darby DeVon. Lyrics on Miles of Skye were co-written with fellow Emmy nominee Ron Boustead who has also had songs recorded by Denise Williams, Greg Karukas (on almost every album) and Jonathan Butler.