Wayne Sinclair is a Country Americana, Bluegrass, Tropical Americana, Tropical Rock (Trop-Rock) singer/songwriter from Connecticut. His songs are heartfelt songs about travel, back roads, nostalgia, and beaches; songs that are based on real life. When live, he is often backed by an equally experienced band of great musicians, some of which he has been working with for over 40 years. His songs, singles, and CDs have an authentic sound that express deep insight into life as well as playfulness in his songwriting. He writes and sings original stories of back road adventures (Half Way There & The Right Track*), beach parties (Parrot Head Playground & Rum and Coppertone*), life’s ups and downs (Lessons of Doc’s Spiced Rum** & Rainy Sunshine State Day), growing up (Livin’ to the Radio* & Windshields and Mirrors*), vacations in the sun (Island Dreams* & South of the Snow), and reality (September 12 Twenty 01 & I Must Ask Why). *Co-written with Alvie King **Co-written with Dave Freeman His recent discography includes his critically acclaimed album release “South of the Snow” (2019) which includes his song “South of the Snow” that was nominated for the 2020 Trop Rock Song of the Year by the TRMA. The CD “Another Quiet Night” (2021) contains many singles including two Trop 40 #1 hits “Rum and Coppertone” and “Livin’ to the Radio”. In November of 2021 a Christmas CD called “No Room at The Inn” and a 13 song CD called “Beaches, Bars, and Backroads” were released. He is currently working on an additional CD project due out in mid - 2022. He is a member of the Trop Rock Music Association (TRMA), the Americana Music Association, ASCAP, International Singer Songwriter Association (ISSA), and a variety of other songwriter associations. His website is https://www.waynesinclair-singer-songwriter.com/ and his Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/WayneSinclairMusic. His songs can also be heard at: https://www.reverbnation.com/waynesinclair . He can also be heard on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, and countless other platforms including many of the premiere radio stations.