I am gearing up for a busy schedule this month! The banjo company will be out at the Michel Farm tomorrow showing off some banjos and playing some music. Then, the rest of the month will be geared around performances. So take a look at one or two of these and support local music!
Schofield + Gray : Fordland, MO
Club Possom : Mountain View, AR
Rapp’s Barren Brewing Company : Mountain Home, AR
Lindberg’s Tavern : Springfield, MO
Copper Run Distillery : Walnut Shade, MO
In addition to performances, the new Album is well underway and I will be visiting the studio again to start the next half of songs.
Thanks again for Supporting Local Music!
Hi everyone! Thank you for your ongoing support of organic, independent, music! I have been working over the years on material for a new Album that I have attempted to record on my own several times, but due to living conditions, a suitable quality recording space has never been able to be acquired and I’ve always been unhappy with my own recordings. Read more
As often as we encounter music, we tend to associate it with fun, hobby, or side interest. Make no mistake about it though, music is a business industry. Often, we musicians hope to accomplish a desired status or success level but all we work on is the music. We meticulously work on vocals or a specific lead in with hopes of it making the difference…and it helps. And if your intention is to play music for yourself or family, then that is good enough. However, if your intention is to make a living, at least in part, through music, then you have to think of music as a business. Read more
Hey there fans, friends, and family. In my last post let you all know that I had moved myself and my family to Alaska to start anew in a way I thought would bring opportunity as well as peace. I even found the music scene and began to play in a great band with great musicians. All of the networking in Alaska has been great. However, it saddens me to let everyone know that we’ve discovered Alaska is just not for us.