Mike Delph, a singer-songwriter and musician from Carmel, Indiana, releases his first album project, “California Rain,” on the Foolish Heart Records label.
Recorded in a farmhouse in Atlanta, Indiana, the “California Rain,” album contains fourteen original songs with blues, rock, pop, and country vibes, as well as one never-released cover song honoring John Lennon.
The tunes cover topics such as encouragement, relationships, death, fantasy, heartache, and the California wildfires.
Mike is inspired by a diverse array of artists, from Adele and Etta James to George Michael, Otis Redding, and Mike Smith of the Dave Clark Five.
His strongest musical influences include legendary artists such as John Lennon, Jeff Lynne, Neil Finn, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, and Noel Gallagher, as well as harmony groups like the Everly Brothers, Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, the Beatles, ELO, the Bee Gees, and the Eagles.
Mike Delph has a deep love of harmony and vibe which carries through to his music. One of the key themes of Mike’s music is the importance of peace and unity.
Because of the personal nature of his message and recording, Mike has been able to forge a singular voice in the blues- pop scene.
Through his music, Mike hopes to touch the world one song at a time, leaving a lasting impact on posterity.
He shares his music with the world to provide an escape for those seeking happiness, harmony, and love.