Nathan Andrew Jones “An Affirmation”

So, when I rebooted my site as a blog that would have original music, I need to give a bit of credit to my friend Nathan Andrew Jones for encouraging me and being the first artist to share a song.  Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of playing some shows with Nathan and hear his […]

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Kane Williams “Life”

In the summer of 2016, I met Kane Williams through Twitter.  You can check his song “Overdose” on the resulting post from that virtual meeting.  What grabbed me about his song “Life” is it reminds me of something that’d be on a series.  I’m not sure if theme song, character support song, or what, but I […]

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Jenny Nicole “Drive By”

Getting to meet and hear local artists, like Jenny Nicole, is awesome.  For artists, music is a community and making local connections is what it’s all about.  What’s cool about Jenny Nicole is she’s so easy to talk to and has a positivity that you catch.  So, click play on the video or player to […]

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Lia Glynias “Achy Morning Sadness”

I met Lia Glynia about a year ago through my friends Andy and Emily of Catching The Westbound.  After a few months of messaging about a show, we played a show together in June or 2016.  I’ve been bugging her since to blog a song.  So, enjoy the pickle, click play and read about the Lia’s […]

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!Ndi G. “Water”

So, Instagram is the new Facebook, and here’s some proof. !Ndi G., aka Ndi Gwan, is the first artist I connected with on the platform.  And, you’ll get the benefits of that virtual meeting.  !Ndi G. is a Baton Rouge based artist and the production on the tracks is awesome.  You’ll dig the sound when you […]

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Toshikazu Maruno “Thank You For Being A Friend”

Sometimes when wadding through the Internet, you find like minded people.  On ReverbNation, I was connecting with artists and one left a nice comment on my music.  To me, that means they are interested in truly connecting. When I visited Toshikazu Maruno’s page and clicked play, the descending chord riff of “Thank You For Being […]

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A Year Of Music Goals

A year ago, December 2016, I planned the release of my album.  Thinking ahead, it’s a good idea to reflect.  The purpose here is to evaluate experiences and set new ones for goals. 2016 In Review Releasing Diffused When I sat down a year ago, I began researching album releases and timelines.  I learned many […]

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Carl James Dunning “Break Out”

Twitter is a great platform for connecting.  I was looking as friends of a friend and found Carl James Dunning.  Something about the way his pinned tweet for the song “Break Out” looked made me click, and I loved the sound.  Carl James Dunning a a sing-songwriter based in North Yorkshire, UK.  Click play and […]

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The Sceptres “Who Do You Love Girl”

On Twitter, I met J. Dels of The Sceptres. What’s cool about this post is that this goes back to 1966.  The story behind the song is more that just “here’s my process.”  The story here will take you back to pre-digital days and even further.  Back to a time when getting your music out […]

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Peter Noreika “Rocketship”

Twitter is a great place for connecting with musicians.  While checking my alerts, I saw Peter Noreika liked a Tweet.  I visited his page then his site.  Once I clicked play, I opened his page back up to ask about about blogging his music.  Are you ready for a unique acoustic experience?  Click play and […]

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