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GARDEN STREET (Coming 2021)

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1) If I Had a Dime

2) Bad Mood

3) Boston at Night

4) Longer Than You Know

5) Honey

6) I Don't Know

7) Take a Minute

8) Pray for Me

9) Good Mood


1) After Dark

2) Grey Sun

3) Lost at Sea

4) More to Come

5) All Night Long

6) Satan's on the Run

7) A Murder of Crows

8) A Simple Harmony

“Settle in the space between, It’s where the flowers like to grow.”

Exploring the complexity of life choices, Garden Street challenges any clear line between generalities, inner truth and self doubt.
 Suspended, Fenzi peers into a looking glass, exploring the possibility that what we believe to be legitimate and authentic, may not be so. While inviting his listeners on a journey of introspection, Fenzi fosters an ongoing curiosity and examination of the emotional disunion we often find ourselves in with his new, upcoming dual-album release.

Taking the listener one step farther along a pictorial musical path that explores the duality of life, Fenzi reaches for the rich fabric of diversity, dissonance, harmony and the thin line we all walk between The Upside and The Downside. With each song from both projects being released singularly, Fenzi underscores his distinct style of songwriting. As a multi-instrumentalist, he continues his explorations in sound with what has become his unique approach to cinematic, musical storytelling.



  • All songs written by Warren Thomas Fenzi 

  • All songs arranged by Warren Thomas Fenzi except “A Murder of Crows”, arranged by Warren Thomas Fenzi, Leng Moua and Brett Bjornrud

  • Produced by Warren Thomas Fenzi and Colin Loynachan

  • Engineered and mixed by Colin Loynachan at “The Swamp” in Minneapolis, MN

  • Strings written and arranged by Colin Loynachan

  • Strings engineered by Eric Martin

  • Strings performed by Jillian Rae

  • Mastered by Eric Martin

  • Singles photographed by Josh Hild

  • Singles and album illustrations by Anabel Johnson

  • Singles and album design by Alex Munro

  • Album cover photo: Warren E. Fenzi (1917) Santa Barbara, CA courtesy of the Pacific Horticulture Society