Sunday, May 19, 2024

I Just Released a Compilation Album on Bandcamp Called "Selections"

I am super proud of my latest album, which is a compilation of songs that I and others seem to like.

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

I Added a New Collection on Patreon

I just added a previously unreleased album of 10 mental health songs to Patreon. It's called, "This Life Is My Love." Do check it out at

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

“Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell” is my 15th Solo Album and is on Bandcamp

“Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell” is my 15th solo album. Please check it out on Bandcamp! I release about one album a month. Most of my previous songs have served to define myself and my mission. Now, this new album is the beginning of the first work of art created by me who you’ve got to know through my first several albums. The production is consistently excellent through these songs and the lyrics are powerful.

Thursday, April 4, 2024

“The Only Way Out is Through” is available on Bandcamp

“The Only Way Out is Through” is my latest album. Please check it out on Bandcamp!

Thursday, March 21, 2024

I just Completed my 13th Studio EP/Album

“13” is mental health themed and appropriately has 13 tracks. “13” contains my best mixing to date.

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Check out "Join The Story III" on Bandcamp

Monday, March 18, 2024

Three Pro’s and Con’s of Writing about Mental Health

Many of my songs are mental health themed. I oftentimes get away with this because I am managing a mental illness. And if I were to stop and think about the pro’s and con’s of writing in this fashion, these might be it: First Argument Pro - I’m making myself vulnerable in my lyrics. This works a lot of times because I have created a complementary bed of music that allows for an easier “so-called acceptance” of the frankness of some of my spoken word. Con - I’m making myself vulnerable in my lyrics, which, due to the nature of the topic, can turn some people off. So, while it’s true that as a whole, society is more open about talking about mental health, we still have a long way to go — Think stigma. Second Argument Pro - I’m raising awareness for people who may or may not have a diagnosis. I’m not anyone’s “savior” (thank goodness) but I have been managing a serious mental illness for over 20 years. Not to mention, I greatly care about other people’s suffering, and understand a lot of what individuals with ongoing issues go through - with and without a diagnosis. Con - I’m opening myself up to some amount of “shunning” and potential criticism of me and/or my approach. But again, I will reiterate that I’m "no stranger to being in the trenches” and know a bit about what people sometimes go through. Third Argument Pro - I get to know other people “like me.” That’s not to say we’re all battling the same things, but there’s “an understanding” present, sometimes spoken, sometimes unspoken, which supports the idea that everyone suffers — regardless of circumstances. Con - Not everyone is going to like you (or me — as the case is). So, I just buckle up for the ride and “do my best.”

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

"Join The Story II" is now on Bandcamp

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

"Join The Story" is out on Bandcamp

Saturday, March 2, 2024

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Become a patron on Patreon, where as my patron, you will get access to 100 songs from my back catalog, early access to new songs the day they’re announced, and a monthly zoom to catch you up on everything I’m doing with music.