The things you do for love…

I love music. I love that I can make a living making music.

But with love comes compromise. Honestly, I think that’s what keeps us balanced. Love is give and take.

Over the years, I’ve done a lot of different music jobs that I didn’t love…

late nights playing to screaming drunks, bridezilla melt-downs, kids that won’t practice their instruments…

But, I learned from all of those experiences.

Now I’d like to share a quick video of one of my latest music jobs. Sure, it’s not my finest hour, but it sure was fun!

If anything, have a good laugh at the hilarious and obscene youtube comments 😉

NOTE – the original video has seen been taken down. You can still hear the song at this link.

Reschedule Tin Angel Show

Thursday, March 26th

(originally scheduled for 3/5, but postponed due to snow)

03-05-15

It’s been a few months since I’ve played an original music showcase.  In the meantime, I’ve been writing a bunch, so this is a perfect opportunity to debut some of my new tunes!

This show should be really cool because I’m sharing the bill w/ two great women singer writers, Alexis Cunningham and Melody Rose.  Plus our friends at That Mag are helping us get the word out. (btw look for a new interview w/ me at That Mag in March!)

And to top it off, this show is the same week as my birthday, so we may be celebrating before and after 😉

I hope you can join us!

Get tickets here before they sell out.

 

 

 

 

Just in time for Valentine’s Day…

If you know me or my music, you know that I don’t write very many love songs. Call me unromantic, that’s okay. I just seem to gravitate towards other topics because the world seems to be filled w/ so many love songs.

But this Valentine’s Day, I’d like to share a song I wrote for my fiance. I actually wrote it to propose to her…and yes it worked!

At first I didn’t want to share this song w/ the world because it was just meant for my fiance and I. But then I thought about it some more and wondered if other people would like it almost as much as she did. Plus she was glad I made a recording of the song (points for me!)

So here it is. It’s called “Trading in my Six-String“.

 

 

Happy Valentine’s  Day!