Finally - Here is the long-awaited new release from critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter Grayson Hugh. Four years in the making, AN AMERICAN RECORD is about places and people; it's about times and tides of the human heart; it's about leaving and returning and losing one's way and redemption. The songs are like chapters in a novel, each one richly describing with passion and longing, a fierce sense of humour and a cinematic eye all the various stops along the way in this very American journey. In the words of one writer: "Grayson Hugh has been there and is back again. His story - our story - has to be heard."
Grayson's second major-label release "Road To Freedom" was called one of 1992's top ten albums by Billboard Magazine. Three songs from this record were featured in runaway hit films. Grayson's songs "I Can't Untie You From Me" and "Don't Look Back" were chosen by director Ridley Scott for his 1991 film "Thelma & Louise". Also in 1991, Grayson's gospel-style version of Bob Dylan's "I'll Remember You" was the end-title song for the film "Fried Green Tomatoes".
Grayson Hugh wowed audiences all over the world with his soulful debut major-label record "Blind To Reason". Besides earning him international acclaim, the record went gold in Australia and the U.S. and garnered several world-wide radio hits, including "Talk It Over", Bring It All Back" and "How Bout Us".