Dr Breeze Releases Super Bowl Mambo Single

A huge New Orleans Saints football fan, Wilk McKean aka Dr Breeze has released a single called Super Bowl Mambo Part Deux, celebrating the team’s stunning victory in Super Bowl XLIV.  He grew up in New Orleans and moved to Ponchatoula, a small town on the north shore of Lake Ponchartrain at the age of 12, just two years before the franchise began.  Like so many Saints fans, he suffered years of disappointment from one of the worst teams in league history, but like so many Saints fans, he stayed true to the Black and Gold and never gave up hope.  Watching the NFL Championship game from his home in Florida he talked with his son who lives near Baton Rouge immediately after the Saint victory.  His son suggested that he write a song using the Mardi Gras Mambo theme.  By noon the next day he had the tune written and recorded from his home recording studio.  The song celebrated the Saint’s first ever appearance in the Super Bowl. Here is the sequel, celebrating the Super Bowl XLIV Champions, the New Orleans Saints.

Dr Breeze Releases his second video

 

Wilk McKean aka Dr Breeze has released his second video called Paradise.  The video was shot on Pensacola Beach and produced by Phil Thomas Katt of Katt Productions.  Featured in the video are Art Brockmeier on steel drums, Mark Whibbs on percussion, Dave Clark on bass guitar and of course, the good Dr Breeze on guitar and vocals.  The video can be seen on YouTube.

Dr Breeze Releases Patriotic Video

 

Pensacola singer/songwriter Wilk McKean aka Dr Breeze has released a music video titled Because of the Brave.  Phil Thomas Katt of Katt Productions in Pensacola, Fl filmed and produced the video.  The video can be seen on YouTube.  It had over 1500 views in the first 3 days.  The song co written by Vietnam War veteran Butch Meyn is a tribute to the men and women who proudly serve in defense of our country and the freedoms we enjoy.

Wilk McKean Writes a Musical

Wilk McKean aka Dr Breeze has completed work on his first musical he calls Emerald Coast.  It is an historical fiction set in Pensacola in 1896. The story, a blend of comedy, tragedy and drama is about a beautiful young woman named Deirdre’ Dunn, the madam of an upscale brothel.  She is in love with Zeke Martin, a handsome young surveyor, her lover and the father of her unborn child.  She is being courted as well by Franklin Kaiser, a handsome, older widower and wealthy lumber baron.  Zeke is killed in Pensacola Bay while rescuing a family during a great hurricane which destroys much of Pensacola.  She must decide whether to raise the child as she was, fatherless, or seek the security of Kaiser.  The work is posted here in three parts – Characters, Synopsis (brief summary) and Script. The writer is currently communicating with potential producers to have the initial run coincide with the 450 anniversary celebration of Pensacola in 2009.