The new radio single has now been officially released, and is on its way to the airwaves! Check it out and let me know what you think! Thanks to Andrew Lauzon and Karl Machat for doing a great mixing & mastering job! Featuring Cheryl Beatty on backing vocals and Andrew Lauzon on bass.
You can also hear the full-length version here.
Hot on the heels of my new single, I am having a one-time show as part of Wonderfest on Feb. 25th! I don’t play live very often, so I hope you can make it down!
I’ll be performing the new single, as well as songs from my album “Great Expectations” and some other brand new originals and covers! Hope to see you there!
And in case you missed it, check out the latest single here:
I’ll also be playing my David Bowie tribute:
I am really happy to announce my first all-new original recording in three years! This was a six-month labour of love (and it’s about love, so I guess that’s fitting . . .) – for once I actually played all of the instruments, except for my good friend Andrew Lauzon on bass (and mixing duties) and Cheryl Beatty on backing vocals. Hope you enjoy!
If you like it, please share! You can also check it out on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and CD Baby.
Download is available here:
Thanks for your support!
I’m really excited to announce that I will be officially releasing my new song “I Need” internationally on Feb. 15, 2016!
This is the first of several singles I will be releasing this year, and the first original song I have released in four years! I hope you enjoy it! For a change, I played all of the instruments on this track except for bass, which was supplied by my good friend Andrew Lauzon who also mixed the song. I also produced it and arranged all of the parts. I was particularly blessed to be able to play this on a hand-built Yamaha grand piano, and it was a joy to put together.
Lyrically, it is a complex song about love and need – what the word “love” means to different people, what it means in the context of a relationship between two people and how it can drive them apart or bring them together. Sometimes our expectations of love can actually destroy it, whether we realize it or not, and this song is both about the dangers of expectation and the power of love.