Instagram Page Is Up | Follow Here

So, I finally managed to get an Instagram page up for just my music stuff.  I’m not sure what 2018 has in store for me just yet but I have a feeling it’s going to be a good one. In the wise words of Joe Dirt, “Life’s a garden, dig it!” Well, I have my garden prepared and lots of goodies planted. With that in mind, I’m hoping to get the chance to share some new stuff and some of my older jams with you guys as I get them recorded or edit clips from live performances.

If this sounds like something you’d like to keep up with, sign up to follow my blog here where I’ll be trying to post weekly with upcoming dates around Atlanta, videos, origianl music, etc while also sharing a bit more about me and growing up as a musician. If you just want the music and short video clips, then check out the live cover of Clapton’s version of “Nobody knows you” below and follow my Ig. Don’t be afraid to follow both! haha.. Seriously though, if you like this stuff or anything on my page, would like to hear me cover something, or just want to say hi, drop a comment.

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Old school for me is late 80’s and early 90’s. I was an early 80’s baby that grew up in one of the weirdest times, I feel, our country has ever seen.  Growing up in the 80’s with an older brother, also a musician, gave me the opportunity to be exposed to a lot of different music. Rock music in these days consisted of big hair and lots of makeup. The big crazy hair and makeup wasn’t really my thing but I definitely rocked the tapered stonewash jeans and wore some pretty funky shirts back in the day. Oh, nostalgia! However, when the 90’s came rolling around with wide-leg baggy jeans, worn-out t-shirts, grunge music blasting from strung out, loud and rebellious rockers, I knew something good was going come from this era.

This week I wanted to share a few of my favorite bands in the 90’s. Not only were these bands cranking out good tunes, they had a huge influence in my life as a person, musician, and a songwriter. Unfortunately, many of these talented artists are no longer with us but their music will live on forever. That’s one of the great things about music. It never dies! Speaking of which, I’ll get to it.

Alice In Chains

Soundgarden

Stone Temple Pilots

Sublime

311