Coming February 7th: A new single titled “Hold Me Closer,” which is the first release from an in-progress album I’m working on. This song and album are in a completely new genre for me: smooth jazz. In my opinion, the song came out really, really well, and I’m excited to release it.
On release day, you’ll be able to find it on your favorite streaming platforms. Simply follow my profile on your platform(s) of choice. …Read More
Everybody wants to be liked. And so do I. So I’m asking all of you to find my pages on your favorite streaming and social platforms and “like” or “follow” me. It’s a big help to me as an artist, and it really doesn’t hurt you in any way.
Feel free to add my songs to your playlists as well.
Here are my links on some of the most-popular platforms. If you hang somewhere else, …Read More
I happened upon this episode of Star Trek this evening and found the dialog in this scene particularly relevant today. Here is the scene, with a wee bit of editing from me. I believe it speaks for itself.… Read More
The new EP, Celebration of the Sun: Diurnal, is now out on all your favorite streaming platforms. Please go take a listen (and share with all your friends!).
I really like these songs — hard to pick a favorite. Let me know which one(s) you like in the comments.
Here are direct links for a few of the music platforms.
Enjoy!… Read More
Coming on Wednesday, April 19, 2023: A new 4-song EP entitled, Celebration of the Sun: Diurnal. It will be released on all of your favorite music-streaming platforms.
The songs have actually been around for awhile, uncompleted and unreleased. I like them a lot, and it’s time they were set free to see the light of day, so to speak. They follow the movement of the sun through the four major phases of the daytime …Read More
The new release is out!
“Horton Hears a Ho!” is poem in anapestic tetrameter (seriously! — look it up), in the style of Dr. Seuss. It even contains a little life-lesson — which, I will tell you here, was unintentional, but that’s just the way it came out. Sometimes you just go with the muses….Read More