Alex Buchanan

Alex Buchanan of Shelburne, Nova Scotia began his music career at a very young age when he found keyboards as his primary instrument. In addition to writing original songs, Alex also partakes in the production aspect of music, doing live sound for local festivals and venues.

He apprenticed for Feswick Productions in Liverpool, Nova Scotia where he worked as an assistant engineer. One of his original songs was featured in the national “Racism: Stop It” video competition, and was one of the ten national winners. He was also the 2008 song writing winner at the Coal Shed Music Festival in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and his song became the theme song for the festival’s promotional material.

He is currently enrolled in Recording Arts at Nova Scotia Community College Waterfront Campus in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Alex’s experience at Feswick Productions led him to work in the studio in late 2008, where he recorded a ten-song album of his original music. The album showcases his raw talent for song writing and catchy melodies. It also features the talents of Tim Feswick, Alex’s father and mother, Chett and Lisa Buchanan, Alan Crosby and Kathleen Glauser.

Alex came to Codapop Recording Studios to re-edit his original song “Feel For You” to adjust it for radio play. The song is also featured on the studio’s compilation CD – Codacomp v.1.

Alex is well on his way to a successful career in music.

Alex Buchanan - Feel For You

Alex Buchanan
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