‘Featured Artist,’ Whitley, ‘More Than Life’

September 2nd, 2011  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day  |  1 Comment

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases Whitley, which is a moniker for Lawrence Greenwood with his song, “More Than Life,” off the album, The Submarine, through Dew Process/Universal Records.  Greenwood is now in London working on a new album, which will be his debut without the Whitley moniker.  The Troubadour’s Road will be sure to feature his new music once the album is released, and will be sure to publish hopeful US tour dates when they are made available.

You may remember this song as it was featured in the television shows Lonestar, Flash Forward, as well as One Tree Hill.  Greenwood has tales to tell, and does so with incredibly smooth vocals.  He’s an artist to continue to follow as he makes his way further down the troubadour’s road.

These words find their place in his song, “More Than Life,”

“Belief in the breeze,
The smoky morning haze.
The sun on her face,
and the touch of lovers’ hands.
The pain that comes today,
Is here, then goes away.

And we are homeward bound,
And I,
I want this more than life,
I want this more than life,
I want this more than life…”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on his website, you can buy his music through iTunes, and follow him on his  Facebook Page.  The US awaits his next tour, and The Troubadour’s Road will publish tour dates here when they are made available.  Until the next time you’ll be able to see him, or until the next time you’ll be able to listen to him, here is Whitley, with the song,”More Than Life.”  The video below was shot using stop motion video by Whitley fan, Molly Williamson, enjoy,

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  1. Monster says:

    Quite a beautiful littly ditty that one was. My favourite bit is the simple yet perfect guitar solo at the end.


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