Original acoustic music with a
sense of humor and Southern style!
Performing songwriter Wayne Hamilton offers his audiences original acoustic music and songs from his roots in classic folk, Blues, R&B, musical theatre and Pop. Wayne has a little something for everyone who enjoys music, regardless of your favorite genre or age group. His act has been proven in numerous venue types with a wide variety of listeners. Once you hear him, you’ll want to do it again.
But you don’t have to wait for a live performance to enjoy Wayne’s music. On this site, there is plenty of online music for you to hear, download and keep for your personal listening pleasure, at absolutely no charge. That’s right! Just click the “Music” link on the menu above and you’ll find fifty-nine downloadable songs in six different collections that Wayne has released since 1999, for free.
And that’s not all! There’s even MORE free music available from Wayne’s work with Doug Millaway, his performance partner in their duo: TWO TONE. The duo released a five-song collection in 2015 (Smallest Sign), and another ten songs in early 2021 (Back At The Ocean Again). Those 15 songs are available to you FREE with the click of your mouse!
As you’ll see at the bottom of each page of this web site, this free offer is available for your private listening pleasure. If you are a musician who would like to record/release one or more of Wayne’s tunes, or if you are looking for music for synchronization or any other commercial purpose, payment of royalties will be expected – please use this site’s Contact page to request and notify him of such use.
“The music is finely crafted and easy listening, but at root the songs of Wayne Hamilton are about story. Each song is a story simply told…one might imagine Hamilton sitting by a campfire, a small but interested group of campers listening at his knee. Hamilton’s music would fit well into an easy listening format on radio. Even when it rocks, it’s quiet and comfortable. The style is broad and eclectic, drawing from several genres, yet the sound is unified and cohesive. The combination of Hamilton’s writing and vocal skills with the fine musicianship of his band make Lucky That Way a comfortable, enjoyable listen.”
— Bob Mackenzie, Canadian critic