Chris Fairbank is an American singer/songwriter from Denver, Colorado. His first EP, "A Humble Beginning" was released in September of 2011, which resulted in his nomination for "Best Male Folk Artist" at the Indie Music Channel Awards.
Later, his debut album, "Letters for the Wind" was released in January of 2014 following the successful completion of a Kickstarter Campaign. Recorded at Evergroove Studios, the album features Julie Stratton of The Mile Markers, Parker Murphy of The 10:39's, Colton Sparks, Mario Powell, and the Per Vita String Quartet. Chris wrote "Letters for the Wind" over the span of three years creating a beautiful reflection of relationships, loss, and the troubles with the world.
His style has been described as relatable hard-hitting lyrics coupled with clean, stylistic fingerpicking reminiscent of James Taylor and Brett Dennen, pulled together with an honest, clear, passion-filled voice.
Fairbank began recording his new project in the Spring of 2014 and it is anticipated to be completed sometime in 2015.