Tim McHugh

You're Not Alone CD - CD

This album was the debut of the Lost Poets emergence on the Northwest scene.  We did an amazing tour in Alaska sponsored by the Gwich'in tribe, who have been fighting to keep the oil companies out of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.  The song, Justice Will Be Done is a tribute to them and all Native American culture and has been a hit amongst Native peoples throughout the US and Canada. The song also won us an invitation to play at the 500 Year Quincentennial concert in San Francisco with Bonnie Raitt, John Trudell and others.  This album is a celebration of life and full of passion for change and hope for a better world.  Smoking Gun is a tribute to Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier and draws light on the profound injustice surrounding his case. 


You're Not Alone carries an effortless strength, clarity, and full-hearted fetch rare in music these days. The lyrics suggest a return to the folk-rock greats of a generation and more passed . . . the instrumental work is tight and fluent . . . highly recommended.'' — THE FISHWRAPPER

SONGS: You’re Not Alone, Smoking Gun, Justice Will Be Done, We’ve Got To Live Another Way, One More Sunset, Only You Can Change The World, Only You Can Change The World (Reprise), Take Back The Flag, Arctic Eyes, I’ll Be Loving You Again