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Just to keep things fresh and interesting, I decided to push out a bit and write some french-house inspired trance for my fifth February Album Writing Month (FAWM) track. This uses the Westminster Quarters tune (permutations 4 and 5) in … Continue reading
Number four for FAWM 2012, this one is for Amy. Originally written on guitar (in that incarnation, it’s a country tune), this ended up more like a song from the second act of a musical. I can sort of hear … Continue reading
Wasted, my second song for FAWM, follows along with my theme I’m working on and is an attempt to nail down both the lyrical style and the studio structure so that writing the next 12 songs will just flow. I … Continue reading
Get ready for it! You’ve waited months for some new material, and finally, it’s coming this week. Each day this week – Monday through Saturday – we’re releasing full-band versions of songs from our album “28 Days” for free. That’s … Continue reading
For Memorial Day, here’s a practice recording Rebecca and I did of “Shine Out Bright for You,” a song about the very personal wars going on in the hearts and homes of the families of servicemen and women throughout the country. Continue reading
The FAWM Over Party was over a month ago (April 17th) and I’m finally getting this great video from JD up here for everyone to check out. I’m accompanying Rebecca Best on “A Little Wine,” a new song from our upcoming album. Continue reading
This song is sort of a departure from the genre and feel I’ve been going for, but it’s fun enough that I’m not worrying about being 100% period accurate. It’s the story of a musician who, upon looking out in the crowd, sees a girl that catches his eye. He ends up playing his heart out just so that the girl will notice him, but in the end… well… you’ll just have to listen to find out what happens. Continue reading