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  • Fog Swamp Live at The Sweetwater

    Here’s a soundboard recording of Fog Swamp at The Sweetwater Music Hall: https://archive.org/details/FS2016-01-29

  • Split The Sky on the air

    Alex debuts his new song “Split The Sky” on KPOO 89.5 FM July 10, 2015:

  • Fog Swamp in the studio

    Fog Swamp is in the midst of recording four new tracks, stay tuned for the upcoming release of the band’s EP.

  • 37: A Final Promise soundtrack is released

    The soundtrack to the film 37: A Final Promise, featuring Alex’s track Love In Mind, is available now on Amazon

  • “Front Porch” tracks to be featured in new film, “37”

    Alex has licensed two songs from his first album, Front Porch (“Touched By The Willow” and “Love In Mind”) for the soon-to-be-released feature film, 37. The Turning Point Pictures film stars Randall Batinkoff, Tricia Helfer and Scott Wolf and is

  • Alex’s new band, Fog Swamp, makes its debut

    Alex Wise and his new band, Fog Swamp, made its debut performance June 21st at the Sausalito Seahorse with The Beautiful Losers

  • Alex to perform at SF’s Bazaar Café May 31st

    Alex will play a set with members of his new band, Jeff Ballard and Danny Codiga, at the Bazaar Café in San Francisco – 5927 California St. ( between 21st & 22nd Avenues) -Friday, May 31st at 7 pm. Please come check it

  • “Blurred” review by Kit Brown

    Some very kind words about Blurred by music blogger extraordinaire, Kit Brown, over at Words..Music..and Sometimes Baseball: “Whether it uplifts your spirits, stirs your anger or evokes sadness, music should make you feel. The songs on Blurred do that and so much

  • No Depression magazine review of “Blurred”

    No Depression 1/28/13 “The discovery of the year? Who knows at this early junction, but clearly Blurred is an easy contender. Never mind the fact that Wise released his debut a decade ago and has remained conspicuously silent ever since; Blurred is the kind

  • “Blurred” review by music critic Peter Stone Brown

    Here’s a blurb from a recent, self-published review of Blurred by noted music critic Peter Stone Brown (American Songwriter, Counterpunch etc.): “Blurred is a beautifully recorded album boasting a large cast of musicians, highlighted by the keyboard work of Emery