St. Louis Pop Artist

Little Falcon is a native St. Louis pop musician and part of the LGBT community.

Little Falcon is a native St. Louis LGBT pop musician who started his career in 2010 striving to always write songs from current events in his life even if those stories don’t portray him favorably.

Two years later he debuted his first album, "The Coffee House", behind the label Blake Walker Records.  The album is designed to let the listener create his/her own story from the songs allowing the imagination run wild.

On June 24, 2014, he released his sophomore album, “In A Car” - a story of how two young men, whose paths never should have crossed, develop feelings for one another. One is a struggling musician and the other is a self-destructive drug dealer.

With songs like "Dumb Enough" and "Mental", the raw in-the-moment lyrics drive the storyline forward. Falcon uses the instrumentation to help depict a battle of love and pride combining contrasting elements of slow melodies and quick-tongue lyrics or calming versus with a bouncing chorus.

“With No Clothes On” is Falcon’s newest single that showcases his ability to step into more than one subgenre of pop music. It pushes his previous sound of light playfulness to a more eccentric level comparative to power pop. With a weaving electric guitar riff mixing with a strumming ukulele, there is a perfect symmetry that ignites the lyrics’ emotions bringing to life those perfect moments of summer love that we all feel.

The single was released on June 26, 2015, just in time for Pride St. Louis. It depicts a story of Falcon’s first boyfriend and the various summertime fun they had together with a nod to skinny-dipping. The full 5-song EP will be released on July 21, 2015 entitled "Funny Guy".

Independent artist Little Falcon was nominated for a 2015 Riverfront Times Music Award in the Singer-Songwriter category and has over 19,000+ social media fans. His music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and Bandcamp.

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