Here’s another ‘snow’ based song. This is a top three favorite of all my songs. It’s about walking around the city at night while it is silent from the snow.
It’s such a nice sunny breezy day in the ATL today I thought I should post a song especially for the occasion.
“It’s as easy as you want to make it.” Words I need to do a better job at living by. This song is in the style of The Sea and Cake, one of my all time favorite bands. Thanks for listening!
It’s a grey day in the ATL today. Here’s a fun song of mine called “Star Tattoo”. Thanks for listening!
I’m starting my new album today. It’s going to be acoustically based and will feature my longest musical collaborator Jeramy Lamanno on drums. This is the demo of the first song that I’ll be working on. I’ve been playing it live a lot lately and it’s really growing on me. Have a great Father’s Day!
This is a song that will eventually be on an album. This is just the demo version. Sometimes the demos end up having more feeling than the finals. Thanks for listening!
No matter where I am in life, I seem to always be doing lots of driving. Whether it’s all nighters after gigs or out selling spray foam or whatever I’m selling at the time. Lately I’ve averaged a thousand miles a week. Too much. Wait for the Sonic Youth style break down towards the end of this one. Thanks for listening!
I try to remember when, but I just have memories of the future. Thanks for listening!
Sometime’s we’ve got to break out from our old mindset.
I heard this song on my computer yesterday and realized is probably the best thing I’ve ever done instrumentally. Check out the spot about halfway through the song when we slow it down and John Kell and I intertwine sax and guitar solos. I played all the solos with my fingers to give the guitar a different sound. This song was inspired by our teenage jaunts up 181 to the Linville Caverns. Those were the days.
Today’s song is one of my top five favorites from my 365 Songs for 2010 blog last year. Thanks for listening!