New Song Up!

New Song Up Here!

It has been a while, and I am now posting some new material on the website! First up is a brand new composition recorded with Kat Hendrix. This project was a lot of fun for me… Not only getting to record an original composition, but getting to play all the instruments and have someone else take care of the engineering. Thank you so much Kat for your input. A huge thank you also to Richard Schwan who was the all important catalyst for this very interesting and fruitful chemical reaction!

This year is already shaping up to be an interesting one! Heading into the studio to record a new album with Buckman Coe in March, and also doing some other recording projects in the meantime. The Whiskeydicks will be playing 6 nights at the Ri Ra Irish pub from February 18th-23rd. Nose to the grindstone!

Bands and Music pages updated

Okay folks, I am getting there. I’ve added 2 new band pages: A Ghost To Kill Again and Zoë Trio, with some video/audio files (I am still trying to find a way to embed audio tracks within the page, and as soon as I do, there will be an onslaught of audio!). I have also put up some selections from my Grad Recital recording.

I seem to be waiting until last to do the whole “bio” thing and “personal information” page, because in some way I loathe it! I would rather get up the projects I am involved in (past and present) because I believe they do a better job of telling you about who I am and what I do! However, the site is growing, and I will be forced to address that soon enough.

If you have a visit, don’t forget to leave a comment, or send me an email regarding what you enjoyed, or did not enjoy about the site, and some suggestions on how I could make it better! I can take it!!

Editing Buddy

Website growing!

So, I have added a song on the Music! page, composed by myself. My good friend Kyle Axford leant his trumpet stylings, so thanks so much for that! This was recorded basically in one day while my father was out of town. I brought all of the recording gear up from the basement, so I could set up a microphone in the kitchen to get some natural reverb. The guitar was also captured in the kitchen with my father’s Super Champ… and if you listen closely, you can hear the faucet dripping…