Providence
Album released 2018
GRAMMY®
-balloted
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   “Providence provides listeners with a comprehensive peek into what will likely end 2018 as one of the year’s finest singer/songwriter efforts… [Gordon's] musical DNA seamlessly incorporates modern folk rock, Americana, country, and adult alternative with acoustic and electric instrumentation weaving together for a spectacular effect… Ward shows he’s one of the best singer/songwriters working in the Americana/Indie scene today.”

   ~ Mindy McCall, No Depression: The Journal of Roots Music ~

Welcome to the Past
Album released 2013
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   Described as “a musical storybook” Gordon’s record Welcome to the Past is a collection of original, acoustic songs that feature his penchant for thoughtful storytelling and emotional revelation in a variety of ballads, story-songs, and anthems performed in a solid, folk rock style and flavored with just the right amount of tenderness and sensitivity.

"Désirée"

Single released January 31, 2020
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   "Désirée" was written about those relationships we've been told wouldn't work out, yet we pursued anyway, only to have them turn out exactly as predicted. My engineer and co-producer, Eric Troyer, (Google him) sings harmony on this track. I wanted to create a Simon & Garfunkel vibe, which I think we did. "Désirée" also appears on Eiderdown, a two-volume record with a release date of April 1, 2020, that includes sixteen, original songs with music and lyrics written and performed by Gordon Thomas Ward with guest musicians recording on many of the tracks.

"The Boys of '17"

Single released 2017 
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   "The boys of '17"" was commissioned by the Genealogical Society of the West Fields and fully endorsed by The United States World War One Centennial Commission in Washington, D.C. The song commemorates the ultimate sacrifice that many members of our armed forces made during their service in World War I.

   * Read the story about the song HERE.