Interestingly enough, the night I got back from vacation, just for the heck of it, I decided to turn on the TV to the Home and Garden channel (HGTV) to see if I might happen across the Pike Family Nurseries commercial I told you about earlier. Well, no joke, two commercials later as I watched, […]
It’s been way too long since I’ve posted something here, and so much has happened: – I have a music video which is now running on TV in Macon, GA on Channel 13 WMAZ, the CBS station– I acted in a Pike’s Nurseries commercial– I’m working with Ben on a new Screen Door CD– I’m […]
I want to wish you happiness, health, and joy for the holidays and the new year, and share with you an electronic version of our Christmas card!
The latest gig at Java Monkey was fantastic. Despite the colder weather, the people kept pouring in. Perhaps it was for a warming cup of coffee, or for the warming effect of alcohol, or hopefully the great music. Ben and I played non-stop for over two hours. Some highlights for me were when people danced […]
This is the continuing story of my post from two months ago called “Opportunity knocking…” Recently, I went down to Macon to visit my friend Lee, and besides celebrating our August birthdays, we continued our efforts on the music and musical fronts. First, we worked on new artwork (see the image on the left of […]
I was stuffing a dollar bill in a vending machine yesterday to grab a drink when I noticed the warning sticker on it. It said that tipping or rocking the machine may result in serious injury or death. Well, I immediately had a different vision of the point they were trying to get across. I […]
This year I joined the YMCA as part of my typical new year’s resolution to get in shape (actually this year it was specifically to see my abdominal muscles). As luck would have it, I met a film maker named Parthiban Shanmugam. He is a fascinating guy, who is fun to talk to and always […]
I subscribe to a service called “Taxi” where independent musicians can submit songs to listings from the music industry. People in the industry listen to and critique your songs, then decide whether it’s good enough to forward to the producer or publisher who requested it. Well, I recently had the song “Sing It Out” forwarded […]
About a year ago, I met a fellow testicular cancer survivor through my turningthirty.org website. Turns out, he lives in Macon, GA, about an hour and a half south of Atlanta. Fast forward to last month, and I find myself writing a song and performing it for an event he put together. His name is […]
I have once again gotten around to making some major changes to the site. I now have a streaming music player, more pictures, and a real blog. I hope you find the site much more engaging.