Reese grew up in Sandy, Utah, and was much more interested in playing sports than in sitting down at the piano. It wasnâ€™t until the age of eighteen that he determined that he was going to teach himself how to play. After countless hours of learning how to play the music of other composers, he slowly began to write music himself. Five years later, he recorded his first CD, Moment of Peace, at Spiral Studios. Referred to as his â€œmusical autobiography,â€ his record Moment of Peace is a chronicle of the young manâ€™s life. Personal moments such as the anticipation of the birth of his child, and the death of his father are played through the notes of his music.
In 2002, Reese released his second album of original music, Heart To Heart: Instrumental and Solo Piano, as well as a live CD recorded during a concert in southern Utah. The following year marked the release of his much-anticipated Christmas CD titled Silent Night: Instrumental Music For The Christmas Season. The CD contains arrangements of traditional Christmas songs as well as two original pieces.
2004 marked the release of Reeseâ€™s album, Witness, and is a spiritual testimony of what he holds to be true. The CD is comprised of solo piano arrangements of Christian hymns, as well as two original pieces. A bonus vocal track is included of Kenneth Copeâ€™s song â€œFace To Faceâ€ featuring Pearl Award nominee Sam Payne.
Reeseâ€™s music captures the essence of moving solo piano music. Often compared to the music of George Winston, David Lanz, and Paul Cardall, Reeseâ€™s music builds on that of his mentors to create a unique, touching, and melodic sound. It is clear that Reeseâ€™s personality is in the music. Each note is deliberate and intentional as he weaves a picture in the mind of the listener. He signed a distribution deal with Granite Publishing and Distribution in October of 2003, which has placed his music in stores across the country.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Looking In
2. Missing You
3. Heart to Heart
4. Black And White
5. Summer's Wind
6. Variations On Pachelbel's Canon In D
7. Whisper Of Angels