Falmouth Creative Native Brian Engles to Hold Record Release

August 14th at Woods Hole Library
Brian Engles (Courtesy photo)

The Woods Hole Public Library is pleased to host a performance by Falmouth creative native Brian Engles this summer. Mr. Engles gave an author talk at the library last year for his debut YA novel Wildball, but he returns this time with a night of music instead. His solo project Racing Days is releasing a new record entitled "Ocean Moods," available on all major streaming services August 9th. To celebrate the release of the new record, Mr. Engles will be performing the new songs live at the Woods Hole Library on Wednesday August 14th. The event will be free of charge and will run from 7:30pm - 8:30pm. 

Racing Days began as a guitar-driven rock band back in 2013, but has developed into a one-man, indie-pop band sound over its lifetime, with the latest release being the most danceable yet. Engles will be performing solo for the “Ocean Moods” Release Show and Woods Hole musician Rafe Sanger will be the lighting engineer for the event. 

 Engles is a busy and creative person. Besides writing a novel based on the Cape Cod Baseball league, he has produced a non-fiction documentary about the story of Jack Pearsall, a Falmouth teen who was killed by a drunk driver. and three music videos of his band. Besides all this, he volunteers in the local schools, and works at CoffeeO. He has a devoted local following of friends and fans.

For more details, see the Library’s website www.woodsholepubliclibrary.org.


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